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Britain Research Library
I have included the contents of my personal research library in the hope that it/I may be of assistance to those trying to deal with the claims of antievolutionists. For example if a antievolutionist throws a quote at you (which they often do, usually without having ever looked up the original themselves), and I have the reference in question, just e-mail me and if it isn't TOO big a project (and I have the time), I will be happy to scan/type some the context from which the questionable quote originated.
Another place where this resource may be helpful is in tracking down antievolutionist "cloning" (the shameless copying that many antievolutionists do from one another). Say you're reading some antievolutionist tract and you go to look for a reference to some questionable claim. You look in the bibliography only to find a reference to yet another antievolutionist tract! Well I, with the help of my library (and those of my associates) might be able to help trace it to its original source.
Anyway, I hope this is helpful.
I have moved my library collection inventory over to LibraryThing and reorganized it according to the Library of Congress classification system. There is one exception however, all my antievolutionist/creationist and other pseudoscientific literature is in a special collection ("Antievolution/Creationism and other Pseudosciences").
Total: (1,436) - incomplete
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