Saturday, December 23, 2006

Breaking News: the IDiots Don't Understand Neutral Theory

 
DaveScot reveals his ignorance in: The Sound of The Neutral Theory Exploding.

Poor Dave, he doesn't know that there are many examples of synonymous mutations having an effect on protein expression. They've been known for decades. Look up "codon bias" for one such example.

As usual, the IDiots get confused about the difference between exceptions and generalities. They think that every little exception to a general rule invalidates the rule and overturns all of biology. This is why we call them IDiots.

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  1. As they say, no surprise here, when you wrote: As usual, the IDiots get confused about the difference between exceptions and generalities.

    Your post caused me to ask this question: Are these IDiots truly confused or just plain deceptive?

    The reason I ask this is that I can't recall any other theory or hypothesis in recent history which has been subjected to increasingly intense, incoherent attack as more evidence in support of it is discovered.

    And it appears to me that those creationists with even a smidgen of intelligence or education go out of their way to twist definitions, data, and discoveries.

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  2. Hey Larry,

    Synonomous [sic] is spelt with two y's in it.

    ROFLMAO

    Cheers,
    Dave

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  3. How's the research coming along over there in Dembski-land, Dave?

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  4. Research in Dembski-land?! What on earth are you talking about?

    ;-)

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  5. Dave,
    Thanks for spotting the typo. I've corrected it. Why haven't you corrected your errors?

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