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Paul Nelson is a creationist who promised to provide a detailed account of how he objectively measures developmental complexity "tomorrow".
- Paul A. Nelson | April 7, 2004 4:45 AM I’m lecturing at the University of Maine (Orono) today, but will try to post the reply when I return to Chicago tomorrow. It’s pretty long: I think I’ll put it up at ISCID and link from here.
Since we are still waiting for his detailed account, nearly every year since then April 7 has been commemorated as Paul Nelson Day. In the spirit of the occasion, Paul Nelson Day is generally celebrated by not doing anything special.
April 7, 2011, is the 7th anniversay of this unfulfilled announcement.
|2004||Ontogenetic depth (original reference to 'tomorrow')|
|2005||Not publicly celebrated.|
|2006||Not publicly celebrated.|
|2007||Three Years and Counting|
|2008||Have a querulous Paul Nelson Day!|
|2009||It's been five years, Paul Nelson!|
|2010||Happy Monkey, Paul Nelson! It's been six years now|
|2011||It's the 7th annual Paul Nelson Day!|