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Re: Wilkins v. Dr. Bert on discipline!

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  • Tamara
    There shouldn t be any reason why someone cannot provide sources. If it s just personal belief, it s easy to say In my opinion ... , or I think ... If one
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 3, 2004
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      There shouldn't be any reason why someone cannot provide sources. If it's just personal belief, it's easy to say "In my opinion ...", or "I think ..."

      If one makes a statement as fact, they should be able to back it up.

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: rlbaty50
      To: Maury_and_Baty@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Friday, December 03, 2004 8:51 AM
      Subject: Wilkins v. Dr. Bert on discipline!

      While we await John Wilkins to provide sources for his claim
      regarding Blyth's acceptance of Darwin's evolutionary ideas, I
      thought you might like to know about the disciplinary actions that
      take place on TalkOrigins regarding such things.

      Here's the link and comment from a TalkOrigins poster who picked up
      on my inquiry:


      > Hey, c'mon John. We cracked down real hard
      > on McCoy for failing to provide citations!

      > I guess you read it in a blue-covered geology
      > book you used in fifth grade.

      That was written somewhat in jest, but, if Wilkins doesn't come
      through with his reference(s), there just might be a big blow up over
      it on TalkOrigins.

      Now, if we can just compare that to the 12 year wait for Dr. Bert to
      be about giving up his indicated unquestionable source(s) for his
      Maury statue claim. . . .

      Robert Baty

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