Tag: citation bluffing
Exposing Professor Dave’s Playground Tactics and Citation Bluffing Blitz
It’s true that sometimes it can be hard to tell that serious problems remain unsolved until you drill down into the scientific details.
A War of Words? How to Tell Who Won the Tour-Farina Debate
Over three subsequent posts, I’m going to elaborate on three reasons that we can see that Tour won, based upon a rhetorical analysis of the debate.
Symposium? Or Firing Squad?
A symposium implies a diversity of perspectives with at least the reasonable hope of open minds, everyone arguing freely, and no one held back or held down while others pummel him.
Adam and the Genome and Citation Bluffing
Yesterday, Douglas Axe responded to Dennis Venema’s review of Axe’s book Undeniable, pointing to what you might call citation bluffing.