NY Academy of Sciences peer-reviewed paper acknowledges ID proponents
|April 11, 2007||Posted by scordova under Intelligent Design|
The national debate about Darwinism (D) contra Intelligent Design/Extraterrestrial Intelligence (ID/ET) centers on the nature of predictive and thus refutable scientific theories.
Most Darwinists erroneously predicted that 98.7% of the DNA was devoid of function (Ã¢â‚¬Å“junkÃ¢â‚¬Â), while the ID/ET theory correctly predicted some yet to be decoded function of junkDNA.
ID proponents have been participating in the research of “junk DNA”, and it is ID theory which has inspired these proponents to explore what Darwinists have erroneously deemed junk.
I’ve been delayed in reporting that a peer-reviewed paper in the annals of the New York Academy of Sciences by Richard Sternberg gives an acknowledgement to several ID proponents. In On the Roles of Repetitive DNA Elements in the Context of a Unified Genomic-Epigenetic System it says:
I also thank Drs. Paul Nelson, Stanley Salthe, Jonathan Wells, and Todd Wood (alphabetical order)for their very helpful criticisms of the manuscript.
Congrats to all those involved.
ID theory has provided positive inspiration toward scientific inquiry and participating in the reversal of “the greatest mistake in the history molecular biology“, a mistake inspired by Darwinist dogma.
I’d like to thank an unnamed colleague and our mean-spirited critics at Denialism.com for reminding me to report on this. See here.