A useful web-link for "Creationist" information

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A useful web-link for "Creationist" information

Postby G.Tingey » Wed Oct 25, 2006 1:30 pm

Is to be found at:
http://www.csicop.org/intelligentdesignwatch/

It is regularly updated, and covers not just the USA, but loonies everywhere.

Another site which is worth reading is that of the self-confessed "godless liberal", professor PZ Myers at:
http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/

Of course there is the Richard Dawkins Foundation - though the site has split itself into two for legal/charitable status reasons.

May I suggest that, when this sites' owners/operators get the time, they post a set of recommended links on the main homepage, so as to make switching for information easier than at present?
Creationists fall into two non-exclusive classes.

Fools and Liars.

Ignorance is curable, stupidity is not, and is often fatal.
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Re: A useful web-link for "Creationist" informatio

Postby Timothy Chase » Wed Oct 25, 2006 4:05 pm

G.Tingey wrote:Is to be found at:
http://www.csicop.org/intelligentdesignwatch/

It is regularly updated, and covers not just the USA, but loonies everywhere.


I will check it out and get it added.

G.Tingey wrote:Another site which is worth reading is that of the self-confessed "godless liberal", professor PZ Myers at:
http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/


We are already linking to some organisations on both sides of the religious divide - on our links page. Moreover, I personally love the science pieces which PZ Meyers has in Evo Devo (for example, they recently discovered an embryo of an organism that lived roughly 560 MYA - with the cells still intact but fossilised - including some sort of organelles, then there are the articles on variable length tandem repeats in the coding sequences, the evolutionary development of the bat wing, the explanations of gene regulatory network kernels, the role and diversity of the Hox genes - really some wonderful stuff - I have picked up a great deal there), and he is already included both in the Science forum at the top and on our links page.

Please see:

Links
http://www.bcseweb.org.uk/index.php/Main/Links

Science Forum
http://www.bcseweb.org.uk/forum/viewforum.php?f=5


G.Tingey wrote:Of course there is the Richard Dawkins Foundation - though the site has split itself into two for legal/charitable status reasons.


We already have a couple of links (near the top of our links page, actually) devoted to Richard Dawkins - but if you have another you would like to suggest, give me the address.

G.Tingey wrote:May I suggest that, when this sites' owners/operators get the time, they post a set of recommended links on the main homepage, so as to make switching for information easier than at present?


We already have a links page - and we have a link to it from the main page http://bcseweb.org.uk.

I would suggest you check it out:

Links
http://www.bcseweb.org.uk/index.php/Main/Links
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Light relief

Postby Chris Sergeant » Wed Oct 25, 2006 4:35 pm

If you want a laugh, try the re discovery website at:
http://www.re-discovery.org/
Especially the only a theory diagrams. Does it remind you of anything?
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A useful web-link for "Creationist" information

Postby Anonymous » Wed Oct 25, 2006 5:22 pm

G Tingey wrote:

May I suggest that, when this sites' owners/operators get the time, they post a set of recommended links on the main homepage, so as to make switching for information easier than at present?

There are a series of links at
http://www.bcseweb.org.uk/index.php/Main/Links , which is accessible
from the left-side menu's Links (http://www.bcseweb.org.uk).

The front page is an informative introduction. I view a links page as
separate from that function.
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A useful web-link for "Creationist" information

Postby Anonymous » Wed Oct 25, 2006 5:22 pm

G Tingey wrote:

May I suggest that, when this sites' owners/operators get the time, they post a set of recommended links on the main homepage, so as to make switching for information easier than at present?

There are a series of links at
http://www.bcseweb.org.uk/index.php/Main/Links , which is accessible
from the left-side menu's Links (http://www.bcseweb.org.uk).

The front page is an informative introduction. I view a links page as
separate from that function.
Anonymous
 


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