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Comment: Re:Bad translations and religion (Score 1) 206

by Kevin McCready (#38844891) Attached to: Scientists Organize Elsevier Boycott
Wrote to new scientist editor jeremy webb 17/12/04 re Paul davies saying: "Giving front page (NS 11 Dec Paul Davies) to intelligent design (Stealth Creationists as Stenger calls them) is going a bit far, especially when the more radical of them in the Bush administration now mandate the sale of creationist literature in US National Park shops." "Would you consider an opposing article jointly authored perhaps by Stenger, James Randi or others (Dawkins or even Stephen Rose spring to mind)? If so how long would you want it to be and what guidelines would you want to give?" I'd lined it up already with Randi. Webb said no.

Comment: Bad translations and religion (Score 2) 206

by Kevin McCready (#38838957) Attached to: Scientists Organize Elsevier Boycott
Elsevier also publish some bad translations. eg http://turnersyndrome.researchtoday.net/archive/6/3/454.htm And don't they publish New Scientist from whom I unsubscribed when they published the jesuit intelligent design fruitcake Paul Davies on the front page and refused right of reply from James Randi and others.

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