At the University of Copenhagen, Jørn Dyerberg is considered a Living Legend. One wonder if, after this, he’ll be Best Not Mentioned*:
If, like me, you’ve got a bottle of fish oil capsules in your refrigerator as a health supplement, you can thank University of Copenhagen biologist Jørn Dyerberg, who co-discovered the role of omega-3 fatty acids in promoting a healthy heart. This realization followed from his study in the 1970s of the Inuit people of Greenland. He has been hailed as a “Living Legend” by the International Union of Nutrition Scientists. And he’s a proponent of intelligent design.David Klinghoffer, “Famed Biologist Jørn Dyerberg Explains His Turn to Intelligent Design” at Evolution News and Science Today
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His research stats: 271 Publications 30,211 Reads 13,910 Citations
*On the other hand, it may be that the Darwin trolls have eaten each other, in an effort to improve their nutrition, and it will be possible to think in peace for a bit.