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P. Z. Myers gets it wrong...

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P. Z. Myers gets it wrong...

Postby antiskeptic » 04 Jun 2009, 10:04

In addition to being one of the few skeptics who can compete with even Randi when it comes to the level of acidity of his tongue, P. Z. Myers is also, like a typical skeptic, careless in his research. Here is an entire short blog post that one of his own respondants pointed out was incorrect: ... p#comments

Post number 5 is the one that showed that Myers was wrong.
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Re: P. Z. Myers gets it wrong...

Postby Scepcop » 05 Jun 2009, 01:08

I've got one worse than that. Check out this case where I caught a skeptic red handed in lying, and since he had no defense, he merely dodged the issue and refused to even attempt to explain it.
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