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    Quote Originally Posted by User Name View Post
    [urlhttps://thenaturalhistorian.com/2012/11/03/the-state-of-creation-science-as-measured-by-scholarly-publishing/[/url]
    So your defense of your assertion that creationists don't publish is to provide proof that they do publish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stripe View Post
    So your defense of your assertion that creationists don't publish is to provide proof that they do publish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6days View Post
    Very good!
    The problem for evolutionists is wild extrapolations that are consistent with their belief system but inconsistent with the data.

    For example geneticists admit the data (mutation rate) is inconsistent with 'uphill' evolution. But, because they start with the conclusion that 'molecule to molecular biologist' evolution is truth, they ignore the data and invent rescue devices such as synergistic epistasis.
    Evolution need not be uphill. You appear to interpret the data to support your belief in the supremacy of humans. Evolution doesn't care. Evolution fits the organism to the environment. Doesn't give a rat's behind about what you or anyone else believes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Brain View Post
    Creationism starts with a conclusion based on a literal reading of Genesis and then tries to fit theories in with that belief while discarding anything that contradicts it. That's not the scientific method by a long shot.


    The creationist problem in a nutshell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stripe View Post
    So your defense of your assertion that creationists don't publish is to provide proof that they do publish.

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    Did you bother to read that?
    Here is the last paragraph:
    "Returning to creationist scholarly publications, only 60 research articles in 2011 don’t tell the whole story. Of those a good portion involve analysis of theological concerns rather than scientific. Many of the scientific articles are not based on new data collected but are more like commentaries and speculations about how flood geology could explain secular data. Very few actually propose hypotheses for which new data is collected and analyses to test those hypotheses. I’m not saying that there aren’t intelligent people who are willing to devote great time and attention to writing for the creationist cause. Reiterating what I’ve said before, I’m pointing out here and my last two posts is that a 50 year old hypothesis if it were great at explaining the features of the earth’s land-forms it should be attracting a much greater professional following yet the average age of the intellectual drivers of the creationists movement is going up year after year."

    Basically says creation science is a big yawn. The papers are not, for the most part, original science and they are written by the same group of club members.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonahdog View Post
    Did you bother to read that?
    Here is the last paragraph:
    "Returning to creationist scholarly publications, only 60 research articles in 2011 donít tell the whole story. Of those a good portion involve analysis of theological concerns rather than scientific. Many of the scientific articles are not based on new data collected but are more like commentaries and speculations about how flood geology could explain secular data. Very few actually propose hypotheses for which new data is collected and analyses to test those hypotheses. Iím not saying that there arenít intelligent people who are willing to devote great time and attention to writing for the creationist cause. Reiterating what Iíve said before, Iím pointing out here and my last two posts is that a 50 year old hypothesis if it were great at explaining the features of the earthís land-forms it should be attracting a much greater professional following yet the average age of the intellectual drivers of the creationists movement is going up year after year."

    Basically says creation science is a big yawn. The papers are not, for the most part, original science and they are written by the same group of club members.
    The assertion was:

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    Creationists don't publish because creationists don't do science.
    The part you quoted proves that assertion wrong, first in that creationists do in fact publish, and second in that creationists do in fact do science.

    Please, as I've asked you before, PAY ATTENTION!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JudgeRightly View Post
    The assertion was:



    The part you quoted proves that assertion wrong, first in that creationists do in fact publish, and second in that creationists do in fact do science.

    Please, as I've asked you before, PAY ATTENTION!
    Actually the article suggests that creationists do little actual science. PAY ATTENTION!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonahdog View Post
    Actually the article suggests that creationists do little actual science. PAY ATTENTION!!
    Doing a little bit of science IS STILL DOING SCIENCE!
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    Creationists don't publish because creationists don't do science.
    The assertion was that creationists "Don't do science"

    Doing ANY amount of science contradicts that statement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JudgeRightly View Post
    Doing a little bit of science IS STILL DOING SCIENCE!The assertion was that creationists "Don't do science"

    Doing ANY amount of science contradicts that statement.
    OK, you are correct. How about this, "Creationists do very little actual science." Work for you? I'm satisfied.

    Perhaps we can add "What little they do has little impact."

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    Quote Originally Posted by JudgeRightly View Post
    Doing a little bit of science IS STILL DOING SCIENCE!The assertion was that creationists "Don't do science"

    Doing ANY amount of science contradicts that statement.
    Insofar as creationists do creationism, they don't do science. Any actual science they perform is minimal and has contributed nothing of value to the compendium of scientific knowledge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by User Name View Post
    Insofar as creationists do creationism, they don't do science. Any actual science they perform is minimal and has contributed nothing of value to the compendium of scientific knowledge.
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