Plagiarising Science Fraud

Plagiarising Science Fraud
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Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Jim Dempster's Correspondence: The Wavertree Letters [Letter 6]

Wavertree 15.1.97

Dear Ian,



 I enclose a letter the NS actually published. So typical of Darwin promoters – they don’t know their Darwin. The chapter mentioned is the one chapter to keep quiet about because the Creator is mentioned twice. Twice again in the Recapitulation. Sometimes the Creator was in sometimes out! The Creator is mentioned four times in all six editions; Lamarck and Cuvier get one mention! I have rewritten many times the article I sent you. It can be heavy reading.

I have another one finished purely on punctuated equilibrium.

Hope all is well with you.

Best wishes to all,

Jim


Notes and Comments by Mike Sutton

Dempster's Punctuated Equilibrium article can be read on this website here

NS refers to the New Scientist magazine. Dempster is referring to a letter of his that was published in the New Scientist.  Dempster's New Scientist letter of 1996 can be read on this blogsite - here.

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