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Fakes, Frauds & Other Malarkey Paperback – January, 1992
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I cannot understand how someone who writes a book on frauds accepts and supports the fraud that creationism is in that in tries to push its way into the science classroom by any means neccessary, whether its by lying or outright fraud. I must mention that Evoloutionism is a creationist-invented term that scientists do not use, creationists use it to refer to ALL sciences (cosmology, geology, palentology) not just biology the definition may of been different back when this book was published but I highly doubt it since creationism IS religion and does not change much. Her argument is a straw man in that she is purposely misrepresenting the position of scientists there are no evoloutionists or darwinists anymore. Darwinism at best was a blending of the theory of natural selection and racist ideas of the early 1900s which was done by Herbert Spenser and not Darwin which has gone the way of the dinosaur.
I still give it three stars because I find the religious overtones, support of creationism, and the use of the bible references at the end (a book full of things that are wrong) to be a little dissonant, however it still can be a good read.
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How can a person compare malarkey and frauds by comparison to the story of Adam and Eve? Taken literally this is one of the greatest fairy tales of all times. Read morePublished on February 18, 2005 by J. Agnese