In a message dated 5/31/99 3:44:27 PM, email@example.com writes:
<< Steve Clark wrote:
Since my PhD is in immunogenetics, and I am interested in the regulation of
immunoglobulin gene rearrangment during lymphocyte development, I find this
observation intriguing. Also intriguing is the fact that I have not
encountered this research before. Do you have citations I can look up? If
that is too much trouble, perhaps you can pass along the fellow'sname and I
could do a medline search and dig his/her research up.
Since he work was kept from being published, there are no citations I can
give you. None of his earlier work touches on that subject, so knowing his
name would do you no good.
#### How bloody convenient! Almost as good as Rush Limbaugh telling his
zombie-like followers that he predicted something but didn't tell them he
predicted it until after it happened, and - lo and behold - he was right!
How often is it that a researcher just out of the blue touches upon something
unrelated to their line of previous research?
I am also suspicious of your true motives, considering how you dismissed my
previous comments. You should know (assuming you are a college professor as
your e-mail address implies, and not just some research tech full of himself)
##### And we are to believe that YOU are a college professor, making cracks
that what I have said is true, yet you pretend otherwise. Perhaps if you
started being more honest about the flaws of evolutionary theory, I may
decide to take the risk and send you my colleague's unpublished manuscript.
#### Flaws? Oh you mean like how it never implies God did it?