Revisiting Rivista

From: Pim van Meurs <>
Date: Thu Jun 02 2005 - 22:18:49 EDT

On Panda's Thumb, John M. Lynch reports

 Today, the DI proudly announced
that "[f]or the second time in nine months, an article explicitly
applying intelligent design theory to scientific research has been
published in an internationally respected biology journal -- despite
Darwinists' claims that this never happens." This leads one to wonder
about the status of /Rivista/ within the biological community? While it
may be "one of the oldest biological journals in the world" (1919
I would argue that it is neither "internationally respected" nor

Read more over at Stranger Fruit <>.

Seems that in addition to Wells' paper being mostly unrelated to
Intelligent Design other than an ad hoc argument that a 'design
perspective' was helpful in formulating ideas (scientists have done this
for centuries), Rivista itself seems to be somewhat oversold by the DI
PR department.
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