reply to post by WarminIndy
I think the reason it is considered a pseudo science is that they are trying to take something and make everything fit into it.
Kind of like doing the edges of a puzzle first. Science should be about starting with the middle piece and finding out which ones fit where.
Would you like the list of scientist who were atheist and became belivers? Richard Dawkins and Stephen Hawkings aren't the only scientists out there.
How eminent should one be for you to consider them a scientist? Would you care for me to post the ones with the best jobs at the best universities, or
just the ones trying to make a nuclear reactor in their oven? You choice, but since you love real scientists to tell you how to think, here are
James A. Huggins
Professor and Chair, Department of Biology
University of Memphis: Ph.D. (biology) 1985
Arkansas State University: MS (biology) 1977
Arkansas State University: BSA (agricultural animal science) 1975
Dr Raymond Damadian is a Christian who was the founding pioneer of the MRI, that he had a patent on in 1971, but the Nobel Prize for its invention,
went to atheists. The US Supreme Court in 1997 then upheld that he had invented it.
2001, the Lemelson-MIT program bestowed its lifetime
achievement award on Dr Damadian as ‘the man who invented the MRI scanner’.
Dr Eugene Feigelson Dean of the State University of New York College of Medicine on Long Island said ‘The reason that we are so disappointed,
and even angry is because the work was done here at this institution … all of MRI rests on the fundamental work that Dr Damadian has done
So you have atheist scientist ripping the work off a Christian, claiming it as their own, winning the Nobel, for which the Nobel Prize committee would
rather have people believe in evolution. Care to go on thinking there is no agenda?
Dr John Hartnett
Physics, Cosmology (Australia)
B.Sc. (hons) and his Ph.D. with distinction from the Department of Physics at the University of Western Australia (UWA). He works as an ARC DORA
research fellow in the Institute of Photonics and Advanced Sensing and the School of Chemistry and Physics at the University of Adelaide. Winner of
the 2010 W.G. Cady Award by IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control Society.
Professor Maciej Giertych, M.A.(Oxford), Ph.D.(Toronto), D.Sc.(Poznan), is head of the Genetics Department of the Polish Academy of Sciences at the
Institute of Dendrology in Kornik, Poland. He is on the editorial board of two international periodicals: Silvae Genetics, published in Germany, and
Annales ses sciences forestieres published in France. He is a member of the Polish Academy of Sciences Committee on Forest Sciences, and on the
Forestry Council in the Ministry of Environmental Protection, Natural Resources and Forestry. He is the author of about 150 scientific papers in
Polish and international periodicals.
There you go, just a small list of scientists who are very preeminent, very well-educated and very well-respected in the scientific community.
And the reason you think evolution must be taught in school is because of Kitzmiller Vs. Dover, it didn't rule the science, but religion aspect.