Cornell Origin of Biological Information papers now on line
|June 24, 2013||Posted by News under Informatics|
John Sanford of Cornell University (gene gun inventor) writes to advise us that
The Editors of the volume Biological Information – New Perspectives (BINP) are extremely happy to notify you that the proceedings of the 2011 symposium at Cornell (by the same name), has finally been published on-line ( here). Chapters are “open access” and can be freely downloaded at this site.
No hard copies till August.
This volume contains 24 cutting-edge scientific papers which represent the research of 29 well-credentialed scientists from a wide array of scientific disciplines. The work of these authors led them to diverse conclusions – but they all agree on one central point. They conclude that the vast labyrinth of information networks found within even the simplest cell cannot be adequately understood solely in terms of the mutation/selection Darwinian process.
We are told,
The Editors are extremely grateful to WS [the publisher, World Scientific] for their commitment to academic freedom and fair play.
The backstory is that, surprise, surprise, Darwinists decided to use their troll heft to suppress the papers.
Here, we will print the Abstracts, one by one, inviting discussion, not noviewing.