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Renaissance astrology, in other words, was a premodern form of scientism, if we take scientism in its broadest sense of unwarranted reliance on science, or a predisposition to believe opinions that present themselves illicitly as scientific facts. It differed from our contemporary forms of scientism largely relative to its intellectual prestige. In the modern world Read More…

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For Those Keeping Count, Colorado Had Negative 272 COVID Deaths Friday

The Colorado Department of Health has been caught inflating COVID 19 deaths. A state lawmaker has requested a criminal investigation. He also provided another letter dated April 17 from the Someren Glen senior care center to its staff, residents, and residents’ families. The Centennial facility’s letter said CPDHE had overruled the cause of death findings Read More…

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Materialists: Other Intelligences for Me, But Not for Thee

Did you ever notice how materialists like to have it both ways on the probable exist of other intelligences?  Consider a recent exchange between Kairosfocus and that fount of materialist hypocrisy Ed George in the context of a discussion of the semiotic code instantiated in every living cell: KF:  It is noteworthy that algorithmic, alphanumeric Read More…

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Must Reading on the Secrecy and Flaws of the Imperial College Model

Astoundingly, even after my last post (Orthomyxo’s Hero May be the Worst Scientist of All Time), Orthomyxo continues to defend disgraced scientist Neil Ferguson and the debunked Imperial College Model (ICM) that touched off worldwide panic and the tragic waste of trillions of dollars. For further reading on the debunked model, the American Institute of Read More…

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Orthomyxo’s Hero May be the Worst Scientist of All Time

Frequent commenter Orthomoyxo often cites the Imperial College model that touched off the worldwide panic. Now that the author of that model has resigned in disgrace, NR reports on how awful his record truly is. The whole article bears reading. Highlights: Indeed, Ferguson’s Imperial College model has been proven wildly inaccurate. To cite just one example, it Read More…

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Orthomyxo Types on Keyboard; When Letters Appear on Screen “It’s Physical!”

The appalling depths to which materialists will sink in attempting to insulate themselves from the conclusions compelled by the evidence were demonstrated in this exchange between Orthomyxo and Upright Biped regarding the genetic code: UB: There is a point in time and space where an association is made between a codon and an anticodon. There Read More…

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Stunning Levels of Ignorance Regarding the Genetic Code

ID critic Ed George was asked the following question: “Are you suggesting that the genetic code works through a series of chemical reactions?” His response: “Duh!” When asked to elucidate, he wrote the following comment: DNA is a chemical (deoxyribonucleic acid). It interacts with other chemicals (e.g., transcriptase) to form yet other chemicals (e.g., RNA) Read More…

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California v. Florida: COVID-19 Response and Results

Much has been written about In this article, Keith Carlson compares California (first in the nation with drastic lockdown measures that are not yet lifted) with Florida (lockdown started two weeks later and is already easing). This is the summary: California’s population is 39.5 million, Florida’s is 21.5 million. The average age in each state is: California, 36, Florida, Read More…