[b-hebrew] Language Evolution
bsr15 at cantsl.it.canterbury.ac.nz
Wed Sep 21 19:53:25 EDT 2005
>These Cornell people have published their interpretations
>of the data they have discovered, but not the data itself. So their
>results cannot be checked by their peers or anyone else. There is no way
>to check whether their particular matches between different tree ring
>sequences are the only possible ones, or just the possibility out of
>several which fits best with their chronological presuppositions (see
>the quotation below). This failure to publish one's data is bad science.
>And yet everyone thinks they can depend on their results.
Oh, come off it. This is a ***WEB*** site not an article in a peer
reviewed journal. This is classic anti-science talk, quick and dirty
hand waving objections which require hours to rebut. I'm out of this
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