Young Potential Scientists

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  1. TrueCreation Registered Senior Member

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    --I'm new to this board. I am a a young person with a great interest in scientific initiatives--and more particularly to do with evolutionary processes.

    --I wonder, are there others on this board with a similar passion for science? I, along with a friend of mine started an organization which we call the 'Organization for Young Scientists Inquiry' and we publish our scientific papers on site--some of which have been published in print journals.

    --Just wondering who else is out there like myself! We need some new members--I also just am curious to keep in mind when I start posting casualy on sciforums.

    -Chris Grose
    Geoscience Editor
    Organization for Young Scientists Inquiry
    http://www.oysi.promisoft.net
     
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  3. ElectricFetus Sanity going, going, gone Valued Senior Member

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    Well I guess me... I'm not young per say but I am still 6 months way from legal drinking age!
     
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  5. TrueCreation Registered Senior Member

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    --Just 6 months, eh? For me, I've got about 5 years.. oh well, at least I'm well on my way.

    -Chris Grose
    Geoscience Editor
    Organization for Young Scientists Inquiry
    http://www.oysi.promisoft.net
     
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  7. superfreak Registered Member

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    I too am a young person with a strong interest in the subject of science, yet have a few more years than 5 until I can drink...not that i really ever desired alcohol - but that's off the subject. I am also new to this forum, this is my first post. I seem not to be able to resist science. It's like it's drawing me toward it. I definitaly plan a career in the field. Well that's it...

    -Superfreak
     
  8. TrueCreation Registered Senior Member

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    Re: re:young potential Scientists

    --Awesome

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    Please consider!:

    http://www.promisoft.100megsdns.com/OYSI/affiliate.htm

    --How long have you had such a strong interest in science? Is there a specific field you enjoy doing research in? For me its the Geosciences, geophysics in particular.

    -Chris Grose
    Geoscience Editor
    Organization for Young Scientists Inquiry
    http://www.oysi.promisoft.net
     
  9. Nasor Valued Senior Member

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    Your web page is very nice, but after reading your 'articles' I suspect it is a fundamentalist Christian site in disguise.
     
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  12. TrueCreation Registered Senior Member

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    --Thanks for the complement regarding my site, though the site is not "fundamentalist Christian". The site is neutral, I do not care whether those articles published will support whatever you wish, only that the content and conclusions in them are supported by scientific research. I wouldn't consider myself a fundamentalist either--after all, I am an agnostic as to the history of the earth, life, and the cosmos. I discuss science, I do not like to use the bible and such as my support. Yes, I am something of a Young Earth Creationist, but to say that the site and its archive is likewise would be a misrepresentation. Currently, there are only two members affiliated with the OYSI who have submitted and published papers online--myself included. Both of us consider ourselves as proponents of the YECist perspective. I do not discriminate, I merely have not received any requests for affiliation by others, but I have been searching.

    --Also, for your further information only one of my articles is pro-YEC:

    http://www.promisoft.100megsdns.com/OYSI/Articles/heattransfer.htm

    --Also, regarding this article, I have an updated, more accurate edition of it forthcoming, if interested you may view its progress here. It is still pro-YEC:

    http://www.promisoft.100megsdns.com/OYSI/Articles/Draft/heattransfer2.htm

    As for the rest of my articles which you can find here:

    http://www.promisoft.100megsdns.com/OYSI/archive.htm

    --There are 3 in them which are mainstream, having to do with my recent reseach on solar cosmogenesis.

    Cheers,
    -Chris Grose

    Geoscience Editor
    Organization for Young Scientists Inquiry
    http://www.oysi.promisoft.net
     
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  14. TrueCreation Registered Senior Member

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    --Thanks, I have read through some of their content, it seems there is little included which is new to me and is a bit elementary. But then again, some of the molecular biology is beyond me. My most prominent interest lies in the geosciences.

    -Chris Grose
    Geoscience Editor
    Organization for Young Scientist Inquiry
    http://www.oysi.promisoft.net
     
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  15. Nasor Valued Senior Member

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    It had that creepy fundamentalist aura about it. It's just something you can sort of sense. Obviously I was right, as you have in fact admitted that you are a young-earth creationist.
     
  16. TrueCreation Registered Senior Member

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    --Your assertion that "...[in reference to the web site]but after reading your 'articles' I suspect it is a fundamentalist Christian site in disguise" is incorrect.

    -Chris Grose
    Geoscience Editor
    Organization for Young Scientists Inquiry
    http://www.oysi.promisoft.net
     
  17. BloodSuckingGerbile Master of Puppets Registered Senior Member

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    Dude, you're 16 years old and you have so much spare time, enough to support a web site and write articles? I'm 16 too and I love science (physics and math especially) but I'm loaded with exams and I would never have the free time to do that.
    By the way, I'm just 2 years from the legal drinking age, because drinking age in my country is 18 yrs old

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    P.S. Wow your site is awesome. Extremely proffessional. Respect.
     
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  18. ElectricFetus Sanity going, going, gone Valued Senior Member

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    Nerds!!! Hey be proud of it!
     
  19. spuriousmonkey Banned Banned

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    from the artile on the YEPie website: Genetics and Biblical Demographic Events
    Chase W. Nelson

    Eve suggest a common mother, not one man and one woman.



    edit: and indeed this is not a fundie christian website in disguise. It is blatantly obvious that it is a fundie christian website.
     
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  20. TrueCreation Registered Senior Member

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    spuriousmonkey:

    --I wouldn't know, I would urge you to contact the author, Chase Nelson. You can find his contact information in the <a href=http://www.promisoft.100megsdns.com/OYSI/members.htm>members</a> section--click on his name.

    --I am the geoscience editor, I don't know much when it comes to all that biochemistry and related.

    "edit: and indeed this is not a fundie christian website in disguise. It is blatantly obvious that it is a fundie christian website."
    --So..which one is it? Ignorance or illiteracy?

    -Chris Grose
    Geoscience Editor
    Organization for Young Scientists Inquiry
    http://www.oysi.promisoft.net
     
  21. spacemanspiff czar of things Registered Senior Member

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    True,

    even I suspected a christian-incogneto sort of thing before i clicked on the link. If you guys really aren't pushing a creationist christian agenda then you guys need to revamp the website somehow cause it gives me the willies.

    oh and by the way, screen names like yours do tend to kind of imply such things.
     
  22. TrueCreation Registered Senior Member

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    "even I suspected a christian-incogneto sort of thing before i clicked on the link. If you guys really aren't pushing a creationist christian agenda then you guys need to revamp the website somehow cause it gives me the willies."
    --what would you recommend?

    --There currently is a page up explaining something similar with this issue:

    http://www.promisoft.100megsdns.com/OYSI/evolution.htm

    "oh and by the way, screen names like yours do tend to kind of imply such things."
    --My screen name is a reference to me, not the organization. Similarily, the administrator of the prestigeous forum at http://www.evcforum.net is admittantly pro-evo, but runs his site very even-handedly and with a neutral outlook on things. On his site, it is easy to see it is evo dominated, but that does not make the site pro-evo. Likewise, much of the content when it comes to published articles are pro-YEC right now, all we need is some mainstream writters which are able to publish exceptional research regarding the origin and evolution of the earth, life, and the cosmos.

    -Chris Grose
    Geoscience Editor
    Organization for Young Scientists Inquiry
    http://www.oysi.promisoft.net
     
  23. spuriousmonkey Banned Banned

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    as an editor you should be able to assess bad scientific writing. Even if it is not your field of expertise.

    do you just post these articles on this website without any editing whatsoever???
     
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