Monday, November 28, 2005
Cell Biology International takes 20 years to catch up with CRSQ
I think this is just the beginning. It will take some time for the dam to break, but when it does, you'll see a very different view of biology. The authors in this article are still cowering behind ambiguous phrases such as that science should "press forward with new research approaches which are not obvious at this time". In other words, they think that we should consider an Intelligent Design scenario, but are to afraid of the Darwinists to actually say so. If they actually came out and said it the editors will stop publishing their papers, or be subject to castigation a la Sternberg.
Anyway, I have heard Darwinists over and over again say that all these arguments are invalid, and here now it is peer-reviewed material in 2004.
I suggest that everyone do an inter-library loan request for the paper. It has a _lot_ of arguments against a materialistic origin-of-life scenarios, any one of them are pretty devastating.