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“The Oldest Human Footprints” Error By The New Scientist And Hurriyet Science Magazines

The New Scientist and Hurriyet Science magazines printed articles about human footprints found on volcanic grounds in Italy. New Scientist published the news with the headline “Earliest Human Footprints Preserve Prehistoric Trek” on the 15th of March 2003 and Hurriyet Scientist used the headline “Oldest Footprints Of Our Ancestors” on the 29th of March 2003. In this present article, we …

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New Scientist Must Stop Presenting Outmoded 1960s Theories as if They Were Scientific Fact

New Scientist magazine carried an article called “Together We Are Stronger” in its March 15, 2003 edition. Written by James Randerson, the article appeared under the following box caption: “Was Darwin wrong? Wherever you look, it”s cooperation not selfishness that reigns supreme.” In other words, an attempt was being made to portray a fact which represented a terrible dilemma for …

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Discovery Channel’s Spider Dilenma

On March 14, 2003, the Discovery Channel broadcast a documentary called “World of Discovery: The Spider” in Turkey. The documentary gives examples of the hunting techniques employed by various species of spider and stresses what a superior substance spider thread is. It describes how spider thread is much stronger than steel, and mentions the technological and industrial fields in which …

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Science Magazine’s Amino-Acid Error

In its March 2003 edition the magazine Bilim ve Teknik (Science and Technique) carried a short article called “The First Synthetic Living Thing.” The article, a translation of a news story in Science magazine, reported on an experiment on the Escherichia coli bacteria carried out by Peter Schultz. The magazine made the statement that this experiment was of great importance …

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