Comment on Report on LSU constituency meeting by Minesfaster0.
I hear SWAU has a huge fossil dig thing that supposedly is trying to prove creationism and I think thatâ€™s Chadwickâ€™s so-called research.
Some of the world’s most acclaimed paleontologists don’t think Art’s work is “so-called research.” As a matter of fact, several of them are interested in applying his ground breaking methods to their own work. Also, nobody is trying to “prove creationism,” which would be technically impossible anyway since “creationism” is simply belief in creation…. You likely meant “prove creation,” but that mistake would be easy to make for someone who is not well associated with science, or critical thinking.
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Minesfaster0,Thank you for supplying a list of abstracts. 13 years of research at a study site and not a single peer-reviewed publication? (You do know the difference donâ€™t you?)
What part of:
“* Spencer, Turner, and Chadwick. 2001. A remarkable vertebrate assemblage from the Lance Formation, Niobrara County, Wyoming. Geological Society of America. Abstracts with Program 33:A499.
* Chadwick, A., Spencer, L. 2006. Turner Preliminary depositional model for an Upper Cretaceous Edmontosaurus bonebed. Journal of Vertebrate paleontology, 26:49A”
didn’t you understand? 
I will not supply names in the interest of those individuals.
 Here in America, when making accusations, you have to prove your case with demonstrable evidence if you intend to be taken seriously.
I have supplied you with links to publications, and supported my statements. Five minutes, and an internet connection will likely supply you with even more publications, as well as descriptions of the Lance Fm., maps of Wyoming, and Niobrara County 
My point is very clear. This is my last reply to you until you construct a coherent, on topic message with valid points. 
Good luck, Geanna.
Here is the link to Chadwickâ€™s research page: http://dinodig.swau.edu/Perhaps someone well associated with science and critical thinking can point me to the list of his publications regarding this particular dig that has spanned â€œa number of summersâ€. I would be very interested.
* Chadwick, Arthur V. Megatrends in North American paleocurrents. Symposium on Paleogeography and Paleoclimatology. SEPM. Abstracts with Program 8:5815.
* Chadwick, A. and E. Kennedy. 1998. Evidence for deep water deposition of the Tapeats Sandstone. 15th International Sedimentological Congress. 15:247-248.
* Spencer, Turner, and Chadwick. 2001. A remarkable vertebrate assemblage from the Lance Formation, Niobrara County, Wyoming. Geological Society of America. Abstracts with Program 33:A499.
* Chadwick, A., Spencer, L. 2006. Turner Preliminary depositional model for an Upper Cretaceous Edmontosaurus bonebed. Journal of Vertebrate paleontology, 26:49A
It seems you are just trying to get away from the true point of the conversation here for the sake of being argumentative. I suggest that before you spout off about someone’s professional work, you have substantial evidence to back your statements rather than making blind accusations….
If a student wants a conservative christian education, then an Adventist institution could be a good choice. If that is not what they desire, they can pay tuition elsewhere. Just don’t go to an Adventist university, then complain because they are conservative. That doesn’t really make much sense, does it?
If you don’t like it, you are free to “vote with your feet.”