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Peter Henderson



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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,12:24   

Will the Panda's thumb be reporting on this elaborate piece of nonsense:

http://www.icc08.org/

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The Creation Science Fellowship and the Institute for Creation Research are proud to announce the Sixth International Conference on Creationism. This premier scientific conference features 40+ original peer-reviewed papers and special evening presentations by the world’s leading creation science researchers and speakers; including Andrew Snelling, Russ Humphreys, John Baumgardner, John Sanford, John Whitmore, John Hartnett and many more…


Quite an impressive line-up, including many speakers that I haven't heard of before. Here's their schedule:

http://www.icc08.org/schedule.htm#evening

but a premier scientific conference ??? They definitely shouldn't be allowed to get away with this.


:angry:  :angry:  :O

  
oldmanintheskydidntdoit



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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,12:41   

I can't wait to read this one
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Relativistic String Dynamics Support Biblical Creationism

And the "who should attend" list is funny
 
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Who Should Attend

   * Private educators
   * Public educators
   * Pastors
   * Beginning & intermediate-level creationists
   * Creation science researchers
   * Intermediate & advanced creation scientists
   * Scientists
   * Engineers
   * Philosophers of science/academics
   * Theologians
   * Interested evolutionists
   * Home-schooling parents
   * Anyone interested in the origins debate


Do any other scientists classify themselves as beginning, intermediate or advanced? :)

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,13:01   

that would be some estimate of how far along the primrose path of being an intellectually fulfilled happily deluded fuckwit you are, self-ranked of course, to eliminate materialist bias.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,13:23   

And as a Double Jesus H Christ Gotcha Moment, the conference is in Pittsburgh.  OUCH!

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,13:42   

Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ June 23 2008,12:41)
I can't wait to read this one
   
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Relativistic String Dynamics Support Biblical Creationism

And the "who should attend" list is funny
   
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Who Should Attend

   * Private educators
   * Public educators
   * Pastors
   * Beginning & intermediate-level creationists
   * Creation science researchers
   * Intermediate & advanced creation scientists
   * Scientists
   * Engineers
   * Philosophers of science/academics
   * Theologians
   * Interested evolutionists
   * Home-schooling parents
   * Anyone interested in the origins debate


Do any other scientists classify themselves as beginning, intermediate or advanced? :)

It might be like that other cult of the brain-dead, Scientology, where your status in the movement depends on how much money you've handed over to get "clear". Perhaps an advanced creation scientist has purchased all of Dembski's books, all of Behe's books, all of Wells' books, all of Ham's and Hovind's books, any other book published by the DI or FTE or AIG, and still has a subscription to PCID, even though they haven't gotten an issue in the last three years.

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Wesley R. Elsberry



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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,13:54   

We could take up a collection to send someone to the ICC 08 and report on it. The conference hotel group rate is $70 per night, and depending on how late the events on the last day go, would mean 4 or 5 nights for the hotel. Call that $350. Registration for the full conference is $130. Proceedings in print and on CD are $80. Then there is travel to and from Pittsburgh. So the base cost without travel and per diem meals is $560. If we raised about $1000, we'd be in the right ballpark to put someone on the scene.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,14:04   

Quote (Wesley R. Elsberry @ June 23 2008,13:54)
We could take up a collection to send someone to the ICC 08 and report on it. The conference hotel group rate is $70 per night, and depending on how late the events on the last day go, would mean 4 or 5 nights for the hotel. Call that $350. Registration for the full conference is $130. Proceedings in print and on CD are $80. Then there is travel to and from Pittsburgh. So the base cost without travel and per diem meals is $560. If we raised about $1000, we'd be in the right ballpark to put someone on the scene.

I'm in for $100.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,14:04   

Quote (Wesley R. Elsberry @ June 23 2008,13:54)
We could take up a collection to send someone to the ICC 08 and report on it. The conference hotel group rate is $70 per night, and depending on how late the events on the last day go, would mean 4 or 5 nights for the hotel. Call that $350. Registration for the full conference is $130. Proceedings in print and on CD are $80. Then there is travel to and from Pittsburgh. So the base cost without travel and per diem meals is $560. If we raised about $1000, we'd be in the right ballpark to put someone on the scene.

What about Heddle? He is from Pittsburgh.  He might be able to crash on his mom's couch and save us a bundle!

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Ftk



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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,14:45   

OMG!! Get Genie on the horn pronto...the sky is falling!!!!

You guys will have to call in your best spies for this one.  


“Genie? yeah, it’s Elsberry.  I don’t think they recognize me without the chin  strap....oops, here comes Snelling.  I better sign off.  Yes, yes, I remember the mission....focus my reports on dinosaurs and Noah....ignore the rest.”


[Side note:  I'D BE MORE THAN WILLING TO BE YOUR SPY!!!!!  Hey!  Rich and I can go....he can be Maxwell Smart and I'll be Agent 99.] :p  :)

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,14:49   

You will certainly not be agent 69.

You're welcome to contribute to the fund, though.  :)

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,14:54   

Quote (Ftk @ June 23 2008,14:45)
OMG!! Get Genie on the horn pronto...the sky is falling!!!!

You guys will have to call in your best spies for this one.

There is no need to spy on this crowd.  They are quite open about their dedication to a literal reading of Genesis. In that sense, they are actually the honest creationists.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,14:55   

I'm in for $100. Heddle would be a good candidate.

Good old ICR. I remember these folks from the 1980s.
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a 1983 PBS special, Duane Gish of the Institute for Creation Research (ICR), a YEC institution, claimed that certain human proteins were more similar to bullfrog proteins than chimpanzee homologues, a claim that would be nearly inexplicable if our current understanding of evolution was correct. However, despite countless public and private requests spanning the last 20 years, Gish has never provided a source for that claim, nor retracted it

nor will he.

Their articles are "peer reviewed" because they e-mailed them to friends, on a peer-to-peer network that someone's cousin set up. :p

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,14:59   

Quote (Kristine @ June 23 2008,20:55)
I'm in for $100. Heddle would be a good candidate.

Good old ICR. I remember these folks from the 1980s.
 
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a 1983 PBS special, Duane Gish of the Institute for Creation Research (ICR), a YEC institution, claimed that certain human proteins were more similar to bullfrog proteins than chimpanzee homologues, a claim that would be nearly inexplicable if our current understanding of evolution was correct. However, despite countless public and private requests spanning the last 20 years, Gish has never provided a source for that claim, nor retracted it

nor will he.

Their articles are "peer reviewed" because they e-mailed them to friends, on a peer-to-peer network that someone's cousin set up. :p

I remember Gish.

{cough}bullfrog{cough}

LOL Good memory skills Kristine.

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,15:34   

Quote (Albatrossity2 @ June 23 2008,13:42)
Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ June 23 2008,12:41)

   

   * Private educators
   * Public educators
   * Pastors
* Beginning & intermediate-level creationists
   * Creation science researchers
* Intermediate & advanced creation scientists
   * Scientists
   * Engineers
   * Philosophers of science/academics
   * Theologians
   * Interested evolutionists
   * Home-schooling parents
   * Anyone interested in the origins debate

I wonder if they give out merit badges or have some sort of belt system.  I'm a 5th Degree Bible Belt.

   
Wesley R. Elsberry



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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,15:42   

Who said anything about spying? The YECs running the ICC have long demonstrated no tendency to kick out those who don't agree with their viewpoint, unlike the IDC advocates.

Smells like projection to me.

John Calvert, BTW, turned up at the K-12 Education Symposium here at Evolution 2008. Nobody batted an eye at his presence, nor at the participant who was a signer of the DI "Dissent from Darwin" list.

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Peter Henderson



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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,17:26   

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If we raised about $1000, we'd be in the right ballpark to put someone on the scene.




If 100 people gave a tenner (£'s that is) you'd have well over $1,000. Are there 100 people posting on this forum ? If there are then I'm up for a tenner then.

Still, did Jason Rosenhouse not pay his own way (albeit begrudgingly) to the creation mega - conference a couple of years ago ?

 
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claimed that certain human proteins were more similar to bullfrog proteins than chimpanzee homologues


Only last week I heard that:

   
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(when asked about the similarity of chimpanzee and human DNA) human DNA was 66% similar to that of a banana. Does that mean humans and banana's have common ancestors ? No. All it means is that humans and bananas have the same designer. In the same way that humans and chimps have a common designer.
:

That one came from the guy from Mensa:

http://www.creationworldview.org/aboutus.asp

;)

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,17:36   

I'm happy to contribute £10.

  
Ftk



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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,17:37   

Good Lord, Elsberry....it was a joke.  Little touchy today???

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,17:40   

Quote (Ftk @ June 23 2008,17:37)
Good Lord, Elsberry....it was a joke.  Little touchy today???

Is that a joke too?

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,17:41   

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I'm happy to contribute £10.

PayPal!

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Peter Henderson



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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,17:53   

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You guys will have to call in your best spies for this one.


Believe it or not, I actually remember that series when it was on TV:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0058805/

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,18:03   

Quote (Wesley R. Elsberry @ June 23 2008,11:54)
We could take up a collection to send someone to the ICC 08 and report on it. The conference hotel group rate is $70 per night, and depending on how late the events on the last day go, would mean 4 or 5 nights for the hotel. Call that $350. Registration for the full conference is $130. Proceedings in print and on CD are $80. Then there is travel to and from Pittsburgh. So the base cost without travel and per diem meals is $560. If we raised about $1000, we'd be in the right ballpark to put someone on the scene.

No beer money?

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,18:12   

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No beer money?

For someone going to a Creationism conference? No one could afford that.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,18:21   

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Good Lord, Elsberry....it was a joke.  Little touchy today???



 
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For someone going to a Creationism conference? No one could afford that.


An extra $25 if you go wearing a Barack Obama t-shirt.
An extra $50 if you go wearing a PZ Myers or Richard Dawkins shirt.
An extra $100 if you go wearing this on your shirt:



Hey, that $100 will buy a lot of beer, after Security throws you out.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,19:06   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ June 23 2008,18:21)
Quote (Ftk @ June 23 2008,15:37)
Good Lord, Elsberry....it was a joke.  Little touchy today???



 
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For someone going to a Creationism conference? No one could afford that.


An extra $25 if you go wearing a Barack Obama t-shirt.
An extra $50 if you go wearing a PZ Myers or Richard Dawkins shirt.
An extra $100 if you go wearing this on your shirt:



Hey, that $100 will buy a lot of beer, after Security throws you out.

No matter how rich a man he is, he can only drink 30-40 beers in a day.

David A Etnier, 1970something

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,20:23   

Seriously, I'd contribute (got my $600 US tax bribe today).

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,21:36   

From the website:    "Considerable problems with securing a San Diego venue caused the ICC Executive Committee to unanimously endorse a move back to Pittsburgh."   The Left Coast has a low TARD tolerance level?

  
Ftk



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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,21:37   

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Quote (Ftk @ June 23 2008,15:37)
Good Lord, Elsberry....it was a joke.  Little touchy today???



   
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For someone going to a Creationism conference? No one could afford that.


An extra $25 if you go wearing a Barack Obama t-shirt.
An extra $50 if you go wearing a PZ Myers or Richard Dawkins shirt.
An extra $100 if you go wearing this on your shirt:



Hey, that $100 will buy a lot of beer, after Security throws you out.

Hey, if you guys pay my way to the conference, I swear I'll wear *that* T-shirt as well as a replica of PZ's hat in his rapping debut Beware the Believers.  Oh, and I'll wear a vote for Obama pin.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,21:41   

FtK, sending you there would be like throwing a rabbit into a briar patch......

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,23:17   

Quote (EyeNoU @ June 23 2008,21:41)
FtK, sending you there would be like throwing a rabbit into a briar patch......

alcoholic to the brewery more like..


Ps I did duns this on my iPhones. Woot!!!

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(Permalink) Posted: June 23 2008,23:32   

Quote (Richardthughes @ June 24 2008,07:17)
Quote (EyeNoU @ June 23 2008,21:41)
FtK, sending you there would be like throwing a rabbit into a briar patch......

alcoholic to the brewery more like..


Ps I did duns this on my iPhones. Woot!!!

YEAH AND IT WAS INTELLIGENTLY DESIGNED JUST LIKE MUD TO MAN, HOMO!dt

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(Permalink) Posted: June 24 2008,00:39   

I'd happily chip in £10 too.

(checks exchange rate)

That'll cover the full cost, plus enough beer to get FTK pissed.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 24 2008,06:38   

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Hey, if you guys pay my way to the conference, I swear I'll wear *that* T-shirt as well as a replica of PZ's hat in his rapping debut Beware the Believers.  Oh, and I'll wear a vote for Obama pin.

I think we want to send somebody who knows enough about biology that they would get a good laugh from listening to the presentations. That somebody would not be you, oh credulous one.

I'll chip in $50 as long as the above criterion is met

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(Permalink) Posted: June 24 2008,06:46   

Are you volunteering, Alba?

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(Permalink) Posted: June 24 2008,06:51   

Oh, yeah, forgot about the cash. I'll chip in £10, but since I am American, I guess that means twenty bucks.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 24 2008,07:13   

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Are you volunteering, Alba?

Nope. I'll be out of the country at the start of that meeting.

If ichthyic was still posting on this board, I'd nominate him. Or erasmus. But I'm sure I'm overlooking lots of possible "spies". I do hope that we can find someone. Maybe we should ask PZ!

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(Permalink) Posted: June 24 2008,07:23   

Quote (Ftk @ June 23 2008,17:37)
Good Lord, Elsberry....it was a joke.  Little touchy today???


Fact is, spying isn't necessary for finding out what goes on at the big YEC meeting, and wasn't proposed. That would be silly. Spying isn't necessary for the IDC advocates to go see what is going on at the biggest evolutionary science meeting of the year. Reed Cartwright says that John Calvert has stuck around so far, and knows that because Calvert asked directions to lunch yesterday from Reed. The only folks who seem "touchy" about their meetings are the IDC advocates. So the only funny thing there is that IDC cheerleaders seem to go for pathetically paranoid humor.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 24 2008,07:57   

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I'd nominate him. Or erasmus


hmmmm.  no thanks.  i just looked at the flyer and saw this  
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"Is “evolution in action” attributed to certain bacteria by evolutionists really only adaptation?
and this
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are snakes more related than evolution predicts
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And I had to put teh tard down.  I don't think I could stand four days of that.  or four hours.  at least, stand it and still accomplish the goal of being able to observe what is going on.  i predict (does evilution?) that I would have a massive aneurysm very shortly before the first speaker.  or a hernia.  

but i can't wait to see what comes out of it.  FtK you are a naughty tard you just want to hole up with Richtard for a few days.  the bible says a whore is like a deep ditch.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 24 2008,09:15   

I'm in for €25.00.

PayPal?

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(Permalink) Posted: June 25 2008,06:49   

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Oh, yeah, forgot about the cash. I'll chip in £10, but since I am American, I guess that means twenty bucks.

Wait a couple weeks and it will be worth 200.

...which will buy a loaf of bread.

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