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Posted 25 March 2012 - 08:02 PM

What journals accept evidence against evolution? Or against evolutionary idea/s.

I am considering writing a paper based on the assumptions and contradictions of Bioinformatics to assume evolution and in turn support evolution... (Which is circular reasoning). Whilst I am no professor, I have stumbled on a problem at the heart of bioinformatics, recently discussed it with a lecturer which lead to an unclaimed confirmation of what I claim above.

I did try and address this in a thread ages ago, since then I have done little with this, however now two of my topics are focusing on bioinformatics which has got me interested again :)

I do not wish to be ostracised however I feel that the problems in Bioinformatics do need to be addressed or at the very least mentioned in the public sphere. This would be to ensure accountability for the assumptions made and to ensure a more empirical framework can be devised and adhered to.



Or is there another way I can spread this information :D Thanks!

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Posted 25 March 2012 - 08:29 PM

http://nwcreation.ne...alcreation.html

PM for additional help if needed.

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Posted 25 March 2012 - 11:23 PM

http://nwcreation.ne...alcreation.html

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Thanks Jason :D I'll keep in mind your offer of help, no doubt I'd need it, if I choose to undertake this endeavor.

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Posted 26 March 2012 - 03:11 AM

Hello Gilbo,


can you give me bit of information regarding that unclaimed confirmation? If you are going to write a paper about this, you must be very confident so I'd love to take a look and if I find your claims to be valid, I'll help you with the research if you need it.


thx

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Posted 26 March 2012 - 04:28 AM

I'd much rather keep it under wraps for now, as I'd like to research the issue further. But as I explained it is to do with the assumptions that are presupposed

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Posted 26 March 2012 - 04:46 AM

Yeah, I read that but the field of bioinformatics is quite large. Anyway, I suppose you are talking about the field of bioinformatics that concerns evolution. I'll take a look at the science behind it. As I read it on wikipedia it does go in a circle: from evolution to bioinformatics to science (gain in info about evolution). I'll have to look into it how they explain the validation of that last step.

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Posted 26 March 2012 - 01:12 PM

Great.

I recently asked for this validation and basically it was due to assuming evolution has occurred...

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Posted 26 March 2012 - 05:00 PM

What journals accept evidence against evolution? Or against evolutionary idea/s.

I am considering writing a paper based on the assumptions and contradictions of Bioinformatics to assume evolution and in turn support evolution... (Which is circular reasoning). Whilst I am no professor, I have stumbled on a problem at the heart of bioinformatics, recently discussed it with a lecturer which lead to an unclaimed confirmation of what I claim above.

I did try and address this in a thread ages ago, since then I have done little with this, however now two of my topics are focusing on bioinformatics which has got me interested again :)

I do not wish to be ostracised however I feel that the problems in Bioinformatics do need to be addressed or at the very least mentioned in the public sphere. This would be to ensure accountability for the assumptions made and to ensure a more empirical framework can be devised and adhered to.



Or is there another way I can spread this information :D Thanks!


You can try two major creationist peer-reviewed publications:

CRSQ: http://www.creationr...sq/authinst.htm

Journal of Creation: http://creation.com/...ting-guidelines

I am somewhat familiar with the review process of CRSQ (I'm their webmaster, and also have friends who have either published, or tried to publish, there). It is a rigorous process, so be prepared for this.

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Posted 26 March 2012 - 05:07 PM

You can try two major creationist peer-reviewed publications:

CRSQ: http://www.creationr...sq/authinst.htm

Journal of Creation: http://creation.com/...ting-guidelines

I am somewhat familiar with the review process of CRSQ (I'm their webmaster, and also have friends who have either published, or tried to publish, there). It is a rigorous process, so be prepared for this.


Yeah that is what I am worried about, I'm still a student so it is daunting. Thanks for the heads up :)

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Posted 28 March 2012 - 02:20 AM

I e-mailed CRSQ because I plan on submitting a paper myself at the end of the year and I was concerned about not having a college degree in marine biology. As I recall, ARJ will only accept papers from people with an MS degree or higher. Here is their reply:

"Jason,

Anyone can submit a manuscript to CRSQ. The only requirement for publication is
to have the paper approved by reviewers and the section editor.

Should you choose to submit a manuscript, please be certain to carefully follow
the instructions to authors for preparation and submission of the manuscript
(these instructions can be found on the CRS website and at the back of the each
issue of CRSQ).

Thank you for your inquiry,

Kevin Anderson
Editor, CRSQ"


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Posted 28 March 2012 - 02:34 AM

Hello Gilbo,


can you give me bit of information regarding that unclaimed confirmation? If you are going to write a paper about this, you must be very confident so I'd love to take a look and if I find your claims to be valid, I'll help you with the research if you need it.


thx


Thanks for being helpful and considerate. :bananawave:

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Posted 28 March 2012 - 04:18 AM

I e-mailed CRSQ because I plan on submitting a paper myself at the end of the year and I was concerned about not having a college degree in marine biology. As I recall, ARJ will only accept papers from people with an MS degree or higher. Here is their reply:

"Jason,

Anyone can submit a manuscript to CRSQ. The only requirement for publication is
to have the paper approved by reviewers and the section editor.

Should you choose to submit a manuscript, please be certain to carefully follow
the instructions to authors for preparation and submission of the manuscript
(these instructions can be found on the CRS website and at the back of the each
issue of CRSQ).

Thank you for your inquiry,

Kevin Anderson
Editor, CRSQ"

I e-mailed CRSQ because I plan on submitting a paper myself at the end of the year and I was concerned about not having a college degree in marine biology. As I recall, ARJ will only accept papers from people with an MS degree or higher. Here is their reply:

"Jason,

Anyone can submit a manuscript to CRSQ. The only requirement for publication is
to have the paper approved by reviewers and the section editor.

Should you choose to submit a manuscript, please be certain to carefully follow
the instructions to authors for preparation and submission of the manuscript
(these instructions can be found on the CRS website and at the back of the each
issue of CRSQ).

Thank you for your inquiry,

Kevin Anderson
Editor, CRSQ"


Thanks Jason :D I've been reading your thread about your current experiment. Sounds great. I think there are some support for marine life starting in fresh water rather than the claim that life started in the ocean. Here is one such article, however it has a totally different mechanism of investigation, (it does assume evolution though).

http://www.physorg.c...water-pond.html


Your method is better however since it is 100% empirical with full live organisms, whereas this one is about cells and the assumed salt concentrations needed for abiogenesis... Assumptions are not empirical. Furthermore your experiment could debunk these other ones if reduction of salt levels continue to a level that is less than what they assume for abiogenesis.




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