Evolution: Education and Outreach free in December

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From the NCSE:

Evolution: Education and Outreach – the new journal aspiring to promote accurate understanding and comprehensive teaching of evolutionary theory for a wide audience – will be freely available through December 31, 2011, thanks to the generosity of its publisher, Springer.

Get ‘em while they’re hot!

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Thanks. I do like reading NCSE-backed propaganda. I have actually submitted a couple of manuscripts to the journal, edited by Niles Eldredge, but they didn’t like them.

Atheistoclast said:

Thanks. I do like reading NCSE-backed propaganda. …

LOL. Because Springer, one of the largest international scientific publishers, with an annual turnover of over 800 million Euro, needs or cares about the backing of the NCSE.

https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/[…]8WMg_xSViRuE said:

Atheistoclast said:

Thanks. I do like reading NCSE-backed propaganda. …

LOL. Because Springer, one of the largest international scientific publishers, with an annual turnover of over 800 million Euro, needs or cares about the backing of the NCSE.

I have published with Springer too:

http://www.springerlink.com/content[…]613177m34r1/

It isn’t that they didn’t “like” your submissions. The issue is that you’re writing fiction, and submitting it to the wrong publishers. Your submissions are, no doubt, unsuitable for use even as cage liner.

Atheistoclast said:

Thanks. I do like reading NCSE-backed propaganda. I have actually submitted a couple of manuscripts to the journal, edited by Niles Eldredge, but they didn’t like them.

From the conclusion in Joe’s paper in J Bioeconomics:

“Natural selection’s greatest strength as an opportunistic force also exposes its limitation and weakness in facilitating change within living organisms.”

Hence extinction. The history of life is a story of short-term success and long-term failure. Evolution is perfectly reasonable as a natural process. As the outcome of intelligent design, it requires a monster in the role of ‘designer’.

I wonder how many of the reviewers of Joe’s paper understood what he was really writing about.

No more Atheistoclast comments here, please.

Richard B. Hoppe said:

No more Atheistoclast comments here, please.

I would hope so! He is hopelessly delusional, if not outright insane!

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