Here's another good one:
Internet References, by Carl Drews
It covers dozens of topics, which include:
Joshua's Long Day
James Bartley swallowed by a whale and lives
Whale fossilized in vertical position across layers
Refutation of the Lady Hope recantation story
Western Grand Canyon Lava Flows
Second Law of Thermodynamics
Number of Chromosomes and Complexity
Human Footprints alongside Dinosaur Tracks
The London Hammer
Quotations and Misquotations
Fossilized Tree Stumps Across Layers
Todd S. Greene
###### Louise M. Freeman, 4/3/01 ######
I've often thought it would be great if ASA (or a similar group of believing
scientists) would put together a "Science & Religion" urban legend web site
de-bunking some of the commonly circulating stories. Lots of good information
(Davis's Fundamentalist Fish Stories comes to mind) is available on the ASA
site but it's hard to find and not necessarily accessible to a lay audience.
Topics I'd like to see addressed include:
Astronomers finding a "day missing in time"
Various claims to have found the remains of Noah's Ark
The Shroud of Turin
Siberian miners locating Hell
I'm sure many people here can cite others... such as the recent claim that
NASA was going to stop posting Hubble pictures online.
Does anyone know if any such site already exists?
Mary Baldwin College
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