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Hoax of Dodos: another Darwinist caught in the act of misreporting and misrepresentation

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Hoax of Dodos

Randy Olson, who in his film Flock of Dodos portrays biologist Jonathan Wells as a fraud for claiming in the book Icons of Evolution (2000) that modern biology textbooks continued to reprint Haeckel-based drawings.

But it turns out that Olson is the one who is promoting a fraud….

Olson must believe his viewers are a bunch of “dodos” if he believes they are going to fall for such a complete rewriting of history!

Visit www.hoaxofdodos.com

And watch this video Hoax of Dodos Video

8 Replies to “Hoax of Dodos: another Darwinist caught in the act of misreporting and misrepresentation

  1. 1
    Jehu says:

    The ends always justify the means for those guys.

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    Atom says:

    I saw those embryo drawings in my 1998 HS biology class…

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    tribune7 says:

    Olson must believe his viewers are a bunch of “dodos” if he believes they are going to fall for such a complete rewriting of history!

    Why would you think he doesn’t? Easiest way to get stupid people to follow you is to tell them they are smart.

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    Ben Z says:

    I’ve also seem the distorted drawings (I made sure) in two text books I’ve used for biology in H.S.

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    Hey! That Casey sure is a good actor.

    Well done. Well done.

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    Jehu says:

    I guess Randy Olson is a huge liar.

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    russ says:

    “I guess Randy Olson is a huge liar.”

    I think in film-making, it’s called “artistic license”, not lying.

    I think it was Michael Moore who referred to one of his films as a “documentary” when he could get away with it, and “entertainment” when he couldn’t (i.e. when someone challenged his facts or misrepresentations). Perhaps Olson will claim that “Dodos” is “just entertainment”.

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    late_model says:

    Moore, Morgan Spurlock and Alexandra Pelosi’s style of filmmaking is similar to a newspaper op-ed piece. They have an opinion and they are going to muster evidence to make their point. They also will mix in their sense of humor and cultural sensabilities. I really enjoyed Michael Moore’s Roger and Me and Bowling for Columbine but felt fully manipulated in Farenheit 9/11. I bet Olson is in the same vein as the others.

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