Jack Krebs is crowing about a class on Darwinian dogma put on in conjunction with the Unitarian Universalist “Church”. He plans on preaching to the choir.
Why the intelligent design lobby thanks God for Richard Dawkins Anti-religious Darwinists are promulgating a false dichotomy between faith and science that gives succour to creationists Madeleine Bunting Monday March 27, 2006 The Guardian On Wednesday evening, at a debate in Oxford, Richard Dawkins will be gathering the plaudits for his long and productive intellectual […]
Last month the big joke was three college kids torching 9 churches in Alabama. This month it’s making a mockery of the religion of 8 of 10 Americans. The bungling political ineptitude of the Darwin worshippers is just incredible. They’re their own worst enemy.
Tom Magnuson at ARN “In the News” and Robert Crowther at Evolution News & Views have both reported on a new brochure published by Kansas Science Standards 2005. It’s clear and concise and should really help to dispell any misinformation that has been circulating about.
Lecture at TCNJ on intelligent design Saturday, March 25, 2006 EWING — Dr. William Dembski, a mathematician and philosopher, will lecture on “Understanding Intelligent Design” 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Kendall Hall at The College of New Jersey. A question-and-answer session will follow. Dembski is the Carl F.H. Henry Professor of Science and Theology at Southern […]
In my prior post I said (actually, as one commenter pointed out, I meant to say), ID gives us reason to hope for freedom from Darwinism and its implications with respect to objective morality. One commenter asked what ID has to do with establishing an objective basis for morality. The answer, of course, is nothing. […]
What is the survival and reproductive value of a perfect memory? Let me guess: the woman “AJ” described in the article below also has an uncanny ability to attract mates and has given birth to numerous offspring — all on account of her prodigious memory! Woman With Perfect Memory Baffles Scientists Updated 11:50 PM ET […]
My name is Barry Arrington. I am an attorney in Denver, Colorado specializing in complex litigation and constitutional law. My passion is defending constitutional liberties, especially those guaranteed by the First Amendment. I am also very interested in Darwinism’s connection to the law. How, you might ask, is a theory of biological origins connected to […]
Do viruses exploit cells or do cells also exploit viruses? Viruses may have varying roles that we have hardly begun to discover. This conviction is likely to grow stronger as the evidence for the ubiquity and density of viruses in nature accumulates. ‘Coinage’ of plankton — viruses BOSTON, March 24 (UPI) — Sea experiments show […]
there still remain unanswered many fundamental questions about nature….nothing should be prohibited as a legitimate subject of science, and excluding the supernatural out of hand serves no useful purpose.
Thanks to MatS for bringing this to my attention in a comment here. I thought it deserved more exposure so here it is. For your convenience here’s a sample letter from one of the newest heretics:
Lynn Barton, college educated home-schooling ex-stock broker mother of two tells it like it is: Like a fierce game of whack-a-mole, wherever I.D.’s politically incorrect head pops up, its opponents rush to smack it back down. I am enjoying all this tremendously. What makes it so much fun to watch is that so far not […]
LEGAL EXPERTS ANALYZE THE IMPACT OF THE DOVER INTELLIGENT DESIGN TRIAL DECISION IN THE NEW BOOK, Ã¢â‚¬Å“TRAIPSING INTO EVOLUTIONÃ¢â‚¬Â Traipsing Into Evolution is the first published critique of federal Judge John E. Jones’s decision in the Kitzmiller v. Dover case, the foremeost trial to attempt to address the constitutionality of teaching intelligent design. In this […]
Look at this. I suggest in no uncertain terms that threatening anyone or anything because of their political, religious, scientific, or any other belief is NOT acceptable behavior and should not be tolerated by anyone, especially on this blog. Origins, Darwinism, ID, etc. are all complex, highly scientific topics with implications beyond science that are […]
http://www.pnas.org/cgi/content/abstract/0600591103v1 Ã¢â‚¬Å“We analyzed a very large set of molecular interactions that had been derived automatically from biological texts. We found that published statements, regardless of their verity, tend to interfere with interpretation of the subsequent experiments and, therefore, can act as scientific Ã¢â‚¬Å“microparadigms,Ã¢â‚¬Â similar to dominant scientific theories.