Re: [asa] Edward O. Wilson shares Dawkins' basic vie ws

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Date: Sat Sep 30 2006 - 18:28:47 EDT


> Bio: CRICHTON, (John) Michael. American. Born in Chicago, Illinois,
> October 23, 1942. Educated at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, A.B.
> (summa cum laude) 1964 (Phi Beta Kappa). Henry Russell Shaw Travelling Fellow,
> 1964-65. Visiting Lecturer in Anthropology at Cambridge University, England,
> 1965. Graduated Harvard Medical School, M.D. 1969; post-doctoral fellow at
> the Salk Institute for Biological Sciences, La Jolla, California 1969-1970.
> Visiting Writer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1988.

Therefore, he has as much credential as I do to discuss

> And here are some more of the links to scientists / web sites that I have
> previously cited to back up my claims:
> ..............................

Only one person as far as I can see is an actual scientist.
No name seems to be given, though I did not search everything.

However, I still sense distortions.

It is understandable that we should take care on our economic
policy making ---- not jumping into costly policies unnecessarily.
However, that means we demonstrate that the models we have do a
better job than the existing ones. We demonstrate quantitatively
where we expect critical points to occur, and we demonstrate
that the model we have can accurately predict them --- BETTER
than the current models.

With all these blog sites and people with opinions, this hardly
looks like the lone suffering scientist who is fighting
for the truth against the backdrop of some entrenched bastion
of power.

Yes, as Christians, we can trust in providence. Therefore,
a remnant of humanity may survive. But in line with that, we
can also firmly trust that God _will_ punish us for our

by Grace we proceed,

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