Thursday, February 02, 2006

 

Re: [evomech] Peer Review and Genetic Determinism

From: "warrenbergerson" <warrenbergerson@msn.com>

> For anyone interested in understanding the inherent unsoundness
> of
> peer reviewers, the peer review process, and the peer review
> literature, it is interesting to go back and look at the really
> awful logic and techniques used by peer reviewers and Internet
> experts support the genetic determinism assumption and to
> suppress
> arguments and evidence contradicting the assumption.

I'd rather spend the time learning about where or how genetic
determinism is wrong. Is it just a matter of how far one goes with
it in explaining evolution?

We don't hear much about peer reviews. There must be
very few interesting insights expressed in this medium.

Cliff



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