Re: more fluff
Posted by anyman on Jun 22, 2002 at 13:09
Re: more fluff (Thermus aquaticus)
Thanks! Another brilliant example of how science is self-correcting. Yes, scientists are sometimes subjective; nobody denies it. But the peer-review process and the scientific method corrects for this. Sometimes itís sooner, sometimes later, but it always happens.
fortunately, sometimes it happens rather quickly...unfortunately, sometimes it takes generations
the same principle works in theology as in the other sciences :-)
BTW, the fact that bacteria existed over 3.6 bya is not in dispute, only whether there were photosynthetic bacteria present at that time.
you right...in part...it is not in dispute in this article, but it is most certainly in dispute :-)
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