Harunian omission

Iâm a little put out that Turkish anti-evolutionist Harun Yahya has never seen fit to send me a copy of his Atlas of Creation while other folks here at ASU have received one. I thought I was a bigger fish than that! How does Yahya think Iâm going to fairly represent his magnum opus when I lecture on Turkish opposition to evolution? Yeah, I know itâs online in e-copy but thumping a copy down on the desk would surely impress my students as to the weight of evidence supporting Yahyaâs assertions.

In any case, check-out this post on the Harunian omission.

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