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Creationist Fired, Finding Soft Tissue On Triceratops
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Mark Armitage a creationist allegedly was fired from a well known university for discovering soft tissue on a large triceratops dinosaur and has allegedly filed a lawsuit in Superior Court over…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ronald Stewart Jun 8, 2015.

 

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Are you a church leader? If so, please tell us if you are a pastor, deacon/elder, or work with youth, adults, etc.
Dr. Ronald Stewart, Th.D., Ph.D.-(Theology, Archaeology, Arts, Humanities, & Sciences
Do you homeschool or send your children to a private Christian school?
No
Do you have your own blog, website, or ministry? If so, please share it with us.
http://www.independentarchaeologynotes.com
Are you a student/teacher/professor? High School or College?
Th.D.is in(Theology/Religious History/ Emphasis/Historical Archaeology. (Ph.D.)-
Do you believe in the literal translation of Genesis?
Yes
Describe your interest in joining the community
My (Th.D) is in: "Theology and Religious History With an Emphasis In Historical Archaeology-(4000-B.C)- (1900-A.D.". My (Ph.D.) is in: "Theoretics In The Arts, Humanities, and (Sciences)" Such as astronomy, geology, paleontology, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Biology-etc.

I'm Editor-In-Chief of (IAN-(Independent Archaeology Notes, Art History, and Earth Sciences". ISSN # 2374-6807. Who's been publishing first as a news-letter in 1997, and started publishing online in 1998. However, we did not start publishing as a peer reviewed journal semi-annually until 2001 and have published since then. At-

http://www.independentarchaeologynotes.com

We primarily publish in Biblical Archaeology and and in Earth Sciences. Which also includes more and more into subjects like paleontology.

Currently we are doing allot of research and work pertaining to: "Dinosaurs", and during the months of May-June we will be publishing new exciting research that hopefully will add "new light", data, and enlightenment to the (alleged) possible existence of modern day living dinosaurs. We're also producing a number of supplemental material videos that as audio and visual aids discusses our research into modern day living dinosaurs in "ways and methodologies" that you may or may not be aware of, or have even heard of before.

I thought it would be interesting to open up some discussions on a invitational basis to this group. Our research has not as of yet been made known to the public. Our videos will be on You Tube, but are presently: "Unlisted". So, that we may share some of this research with this group "before" going publishing it, and making the videos available-(as supplemental material videos) to what we publish).Why? So that we -(our Editorial Board) at (IAN, when it comes to publishing our research and other peoples papers in our peer reviewed journal entitled: "(IAN)-(Independent Archaeology Notes, Art History, and Earth Sciences". Our attitude is also that we approve: "Open Peer Review"is not (bad thing), as some feel it is. Why do we feel this way?

At (IAN) we feel and believe that as long as both: " Blind Peer Review" and "Open Peer Review" are performed in a more than "fair and just/ equitable manner", and as long it is: professionally done in a: "Open-Minded", "Positive Constructive Upbuilding/ Encouraging Critiqued Manner", than we also believe this is not only the way peer review should be done but as followers of Christ is is the way all Christians should also follow through with a Christ-like attitude when appropriately applying such critique as well.

We also believe such "Open peer review" should be non-biast in like manner. Which should also be done with an "aire/attitude" of trying to offer constructive positive critique". Why? Simply put:"In order to make the subject material better". In other words, maybe tweak it a little more here and there and give it more "polish" before publishing it.

I also thought it would be advantageous to also get some preliminary feedback on the research, to also improve it here and there if and when needed. This group's feedback would be seriously taken to heart.

I'm also an: "Assistant Editor" for the English speaking part for a second peer reviewed journal published in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. Which is currently in circulation in over 95 countries on 5 continents around the world. It is published in Brazil and is entitled: " Pluralidade" which translated in English is: "Journal of Plural Sciences". It is published by the Brazilian government's: "Plural Science Foundation"-(Which in that country is like( (USA)-(National Science Foundation). Pluralidade's publication is also overseen and under the guidelines of the Brazilian government's: "Ministry of Science and Technology", snd is indexed through that government's professional indexing system known also as SCIElo.

You may find Pluralidade at-

http://www.pluralidade.info/Eindex.html

You may view my listing as: "Assistant Editor" (second from the top) on the Editorial Board-(Council) at-

http://www.pluralidade.info/E_Editorial.html

I'm also a member of NEAS-(Near Eastern Archaeological Society), and I've also have peer reviewed for one of the largest and oldest peer reviewed journals in the world, which has been publishing since about 1640-A.D./ C.E. known as: "Royal Society Publishing, Proceedings A & B". I also peer review now and then for the online version of: "Ancient History Encyclopedia" (SEE)-

https://www.ancient.eu/user/Pro-Ron-1/

Please contact me if needed.

Sincerely,

Ronald Stewart, Th.D., Ph.D.

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At 3:29am on August 13, 2015, FRANK KWABENA said…

Good Day,

How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:(mr.frankkwabena@yahoo.com.hk ) for the full details.

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At 12:21pm on May 11, 2015, Dr. Derek P. Blake said…

I also enjoy discussions, I believe that is how we learn and how we develop out beliefs and models.

Every blessing

Derek

 
 
 

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