And don't forget to add that SA has attempted to get AiG to withdraw their
Web page by a threat of a suit. AiG has responded to their threat saying
that there was no copyright infringement. The ball is now in SA's court.
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Subject: Scientific American 15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense
> the below referenced article. Do you have any comments on this article?
> tends to show a rather "hard " anti religious bent. Should a prestigious
> journal like SA intervene in this way?
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> AiG has responded
> I guess the so-called war between science and reloigion is heating up!
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