Sternberg Plasters Matheson
|June 13, 2010||Posted by scordova under Biology, Darwinism, Science|
“I think this will come to be a classic story of orthodoxy derailing objective analysis of the facts, in this case for a quarter of a century…The failure to recognize the full implications of this-particularly the possibility that the intervening noncoding sequences may be transmitting parallel information in the form of RNA molecules-may well go down as one of the biggest mistakes in the history of molecular biology.”
—John Mattick, Molecular biologist, University of Queensland, quoted in Scientific American
Steve Matheson, a teacher and Darwinist promoter at a religious school, repeats the biggest mistake in molecular biology. In contrast, Richard Sternberg, an evolutionary biologist at the Biologic Institute, defends objective analysis of the facts. See Sternberg’s defense of the facts against Matheson’s Darwinist ideology in the essay: Mathesons Intron Fairytale.