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Wells wrong on information … film at eleven.

October 4, 2009

Jonathan Wells thinks that “duplicating a gene doesn’t increase information content any more than photocopying a paper increases its information content.” Wells is, of course, wrong. Is anyone surprised?

Update: And while on the topic of Wells … he’s apparently telling folks he is a Presbyterian. Father would not be happy.

  1. ERV
    October 4, 2009 at 3:39 pm

    You know, me and the Trinity kids disagree about a lot of things, but I would never lie to them. This really did piss me off beyond words, and I genuinely want a response from Wells on it.

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