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An explanation for the gigantic scale of prehistoric life
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Q. Have your ideas survived peer-review or have they been effectively refuted?

A. As many scientists will tell you, peer-review doesn’t mean an idea is wrong or right. [1]  Many current scientific ideas would have failed peer-review just because they didn’t fit the popular science view of the day.
One of the reasons I published my book was to allow anyone to try to prove my theories wrong. I'd already discussed the concepts with various scientists before publication but the book opened it up to world-wide peer-review.
Many people have tried to refute the ideas but I've never found one that provided the necessary scientific evidence. Some of the best of these suggestions are reproduced here, along with my answer, so you can judge for yourself if my ideas have been effectively refuted.

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Peer review does not mean we can trust a published paper by Mike Taylor here

Updated 3May13
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