From: Jim Armstrong (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Mar 15 2003 - 09:50:45 EST
Of course PJ is a Professor or Law, not a scientist. His arguments flow
from a specific agenda and seem more those of the courtroom, using facts
in selective ways in order to create doubt. I think that is evident in
what he calls his "Wedge strategy". He describes his agenda pretty well at
I presume this is discussed as well in his recent book "Wedge of Truth".
> Jim Armstrong wrote:
>> From PJ's own web site it looks like the latest on the subject is 1995
> Even more disturbing is that PJ seems to know Kenneth Miller
> fairly well as he debated him in 1996. Why he would basically
> call him something just short of a seditionist is beyond me.
> [PJs comments on Ken were the original reason for this post.]
> by Grace along indeed, we proceed,
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