Stranger Fruit

Behe’s publications over time

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If only to prove I have too much time on my hands as the semester winds to a close … here is Michael Behe’s peer-reviewed scientific output over time (again, click for biggie). Remember, friends don’t let friends who were productive scientists become ID "theorists."

Comments

  1. #1 Josh Rosenau
    December 6, 2007

    Behe wrote a section of the 2nd edition of Pandas, published in 1993. I don’t know when he was asked to do that, but his association with ID comes much closer to the flattening of his productivity.

  2. #2 pough
    December 6, 2007

    What are you talking about? Selling books to Christians telling them they’re justified in their beliefs for Reel Siuntifuc Reesuns (like “I don’t know how Evilushun works and since anything real would be readily apparent to me, thousands of biologists are stupid or sinners”) makes WAY more money than putting out dry, dusty old papers.

  3. #3 Siamang
    December 6, 2007

    I’d like to see this graph written like the Gonzalez graph.

    On first glance, this graph looks like Behe was getting better all the time.

    Better to show the drop off as a clear failure, rather than a decelerating improvement.

  4. #4 John Lynch
    December 6, 2007

    Done. See here … who says I don’t listen to my readers :)