Talk:Dr Carl Wieland is on the Wrong Train (NAiG)
I am going to change the wording of some the the stuff recently added to change the tone.--Tylerdemerchant 14:49, 15 January 2008 (EST)
- I want to move This is a typical anticreationist ploy. Raise questions that were not even intended to be addressed in that particular article, and ignore the fact that they have been addressed elsewhere by the same author or organization. For example, CMI has addressed gene duplication, exon shuffling and transposons   . to go after the part where Poland says "as well as mutations, which creationists always ignore."--Tylerdemerchant 14:54, 15 January 2008 (EST)
O.k., so what do we have left to do TSOMMER. Again, I thank you for your help with this article. I think we make a good team. It is helpfull to have you change my formatting and for me to change it as well without us having to discuss it every time. I am getting ready for the mutations project we are going to start, but I want to make sure that we rap this article up fully first.--Tylerdemerchant 05:54, 27 November 2007 (EST)
- I think it is just about finishd, I can't think of anything else to add. The conclusion that you added was sorely needed. I am more than willing and ready to do what I can with the mutations article. --Tony Sommer 13:03, 27 November 2007 (EST)
- I am wondering if we need to reword the conclusion at all? Anyway, I am preparring now for the Increase Mutations Project. I want this thing as legitimate as possible and get as many experts on board as possible.