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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Pseudoscience

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 705Sagan, C.
    Food for thought
48 657Weiner, J.
    Food for thought
48 584Shea, J.H.
    Having students determine whether the Earth is only ten thousand or at least several billion years old
48 557Chamot, J.A.
    Have you read???
48 406Shea, J.H.
    The continuing growth of irrationalism (Editorial)

46

439-449

Hall-Wallace, M.K.

   

Can earthquakes be predicted?

46

279

Weiner, Jonathan

   

Food for thought

46

137-140

Havholm, K.G.

   

An activity to introduce the geoscience perspective

45

313

Johnson, G.

   

Food for thought

45

294

Riggs, E.M.

   

Geoscience versus the spread of psuedoscience [Letter]

44

439-444

Collins, L.G., and Fasold, D.F.

   

Bogus "Noahs Ark" from Turkey exposed as a common geologic structure

44

428-438

Leveson, D.J., and Seidemann, D.E.

   

Richard Milton - A non-religious creationist ally

44

464

Culotta, E.

   

Food for thought

44

444

Weinberg, S.

   

Food for thought

44

126

Shea, J.H.

   

Creationism rears its ugly head, again

42

438

Edey, M.A. and Johanson, D.C.

   

Food for thought

42

205-206

Shea, J.H.

   

Response to discussion of editorial

42

204-205

Petrina, C.

   

Discussion of editorial, "On the pervasiveness of irrationality"

38

223-225

Stover, S.G., and McLean, J.V.

   

An evolution and education seminar for teachers

38

20

Bowler, P.J.

   

Food for thought

37

24-26

Stokes, W.L.

   

Creationism and the dinosaur boom

37

317-320

Wells, N.A.

   

Using the illogic of creationism to teach the logic of science

37

298

Dawkins, R.

   

Food for thought

37

290

Osmond, J.K.

   

Food for thought

37

190-193

Bork, K.B.

   

Kirtley Fletcher Mather as geologist and political activist

37

186

Bowler, P.J.

   

Food for thought

37

97

Dawkins, R.

   

Food for thought

37

82

Dawkins, R.

   

Food for thought

36

161-175

Wakefield, J.R.

   

The geology of Gentry's tiny mystery

36

160

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon based on Michaelangelo's Sistine Chapel ceiling

36

94-105

Cain, J.A.

   

Creationism and mammal origins

35

160

Hastings, R.J.

   

Errata: New observations on Paluxy tracks

35

160

Gould, S.J.

   

Food for thought

35

135

Cartmill, M.

   

Food for thought

35

133

McKown, D.B.

   

Food for thought

35

129

Shea, J.H.

   

Food for thought

35

103

Skehan, J.W.

   

New resource available in the creationism/science debate

35

93-103

Monroe, J.S.

   

Creationism, human footprints and flood geology

35

4-15

Hastings, R.J.

   

New observations on Paluxy tracks confirm dinosaurian origin

35

1-2

Hastings, R.J.

   

Cover photo of Paluxy River dinosaur track

34

187-190

Stokes, W.L.

   

Alleged Middle Cambrian human footprint

33

236

Committee on Science and Creationism

   

Food for thought

32

281

Anonymous

   

AGI publishes pamphlet on evolution

32

267

Futuyma, D.J.

   

Food for thought

32

264

Simpson, G.G.

   

Food for thought

32

144

Skehan, J.W.

   

Reply (to Morris comment)

32

143

Morris, H.M.

   

Creationism, evolutionism and liberal theology

32

43

Shea, J.H.

   

A list of selected references on creationism

31

307-314

Skehan, J.W.

   

Theological basis for a Judeo-Christian position on creationism

31

165

Anonymous

   

Footprints in the mind

31

163

Beach, J.E.

   

Letter - Is the earth old or young?

31

144

Gould, C.G.

   

Food for thought

31

140-144

Gingerich, P.D.

   

Evidence for evolution from the vertebrate

31

134-139

Soroka, L.G. and Nelson, C.L.

   

Physical constraints on the Noachian deluge

31

133

Kitcher, P.

   

Food for thought

31

124-133

Dalrymple, G.B.

   

Can the earth be dated from decay of its magnetic field?

31

123

Milne, D.H. and Schafersman, S.D.

   

Cartoon on fossils and creationism

31

111-123

Milne, D.H., and Schafersman, S.D.

   

Dinosaur tracks, erosion marks and midnight chisel work (but no human footprints) in the Cretaceous limestone of the Paluxy River bed, Texas

31

105-110

Shea, J.H.

   

Creationism, uniformitarianism, geology and science

31

95-104

Moore, J.A.

   

Why are there creationists?

31

94

White, A.D.

   

Food for thought

31

87-94

Strahler, A.N.

   

Toward a broader perspective in the evolutionism-creationism debate

31

83-86

Ferre, Frederick

   

Science, pseudo-science, and natural theology

31

74-78

Newell, N.D.

   

Creationism and science education

31

72-73

Boucot, A.J.

   

How good is the fossil record?

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