Here. Here’s the paper. PowerPoint here. Here’s the news story. Here’s Sewell’s comments. Uncommon Descent adds its commendation to the editors of Applied Mathematical Letters for doing the right thing: From Retraction Watch:
Three points regarding my withdrawn article, that I don’t believe have been made elsewhere: 1. Although it is fair to call it “ID friendly”, it does not actually mention ID or Darwinism, and does not even conclude that the second law has definitely been violated here, it just makes the rather obvious point that if […]
My article “A Second Look at the Second Law,” accepted by Applied Mathematics Letters in January, was, as some of you know, withdrawn at the last moment by the editor, not because of any alleged errors, but because “our editors simply found that it does not consist of the kind of content that we are […]
While writing “New York Times reports on Darwinist’s article disowned by philosophy journal,” I got the sense there was a similar case way back when that went unheralded. (Note: Times writer Mark Oppenheimer linked to this blog from his blog, for clarification on the fact that the ID community was not conspiring against Forrest to vindicate […]
Yes, really. Recently, in a guest edited issue of philosophy journal Synthese, anti-ID Louisiana U prof Barbara Forrest broomsticked – of all people – Baylor prof Frank Beckwith, framed as an ID supporter. And anyone who keeps up with the issues knows he isn’t. The scandal here is that Forrest is supposed to be a […]
Debra J. Saunders (“Academic Mission or UCLA Speech Code?”, April 12, 2011) reports, If you think that academia is not the exclusive playground of the academic left, consider the fate of UCLA epidemiologist James Enstrom.