Fuel’s paradise? Power source that turns physics on its head Ã‚Â· Scientist says device disproves quantum theory Ã‚Â· Opponents claim idea is result of wrong maths Alok Jha, science correspondent Friday November 4, 2005 The Guardian It seems too good to be true: a new source of near-limitless power that costs virtually nothing, uses tiny […]
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Science by Tom Bethell Regnery, 2005 In science, dispassionate, objective inquiry reigns supreme, and researchers will readily give up their most cherished views if the evidence proves them wrong — right? Unfortunately, the answer is no.
From “Science Versus Scientism” by John Silber (appeared in the Nov05 issue of The New Criterion): The critical question posed for evolutionists is not about the survival of the fittest but about their arrival. Biologists arguing for evolution have been challenged by critics for more than a hundred years for their failure to offer any […]
Pam Winnick’s new book, A Jealous God: Science’s Crusade Against Religion, is out in stores. It provides a nice counterblast to Chris Mooney’s diatribe about the Republican/conservative hijacking of science.
“Should public schools teach Intelligent Design along with Evolution?” http://www.bu.edu/com/greatdebate Wednesday, November 2, 2005, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tsai Performance Center, Boston University 685 Commonwealth Avenue Visit this page to view a live webcast of the debate: http://realserver.bu.edu:8080/ramgen/encoder/greatdebate.rm The Debate Participants: Affirmative Edward H. Sisson, Esq. Partner, Arnold and Porter, Washington, D.C. Mr. Sisson advised witnesses at […]
Check out http://origins.mcmaster.ca/about.html. Will ID get a fair hearing at this institute?
Here is Barbara Forrest’s take on the religious implications of neo-Darwinism and astronomy in her article Ã¢â‚¬Å“The Possibility of Meaning in Human Evolution,Ã¢â‚¬Â Zygon: Journal of Religion & Science 35.4 (Dec 2000), 861-889. She writes (p. 862, notes omitted):
www.themonkeytrial.com distinguishes myth and reality.
This just in from my good friend and colleague on the other side, Michael Ruse: At long last, I have been asked to write for a medium appropriate to my talents – I am doing a piece for Playboy on science and religion – “Heff” feels that the time is right – those of us […]
Denis Alexander is one of the more prominent theistic evolutionists in the UK. As with many theistic evolutionists there, he is not at all pleased with ID, regarding it as both bad science and bad theology. Some time back he wrote a brief critical review of my book The Design Revolution . He has since […]
For IMMEDIATE RELEASE on October 12, 2005 Contact: Larry Caldwell Phone: 916-774-4667 email@example.com Lawsuit Alleges that Federally-Funded Evolution Website Violates Separation of Church and State by Using Religion to Promote Evolution San Francisco, CAÃ¢â‚¬â€ A California parent, Jeanne Caldwell, is filing a federal lawsuit today against officials of the National Science Foundation and the University […]
The Nobel Prize in medicine this year is for the discovery of H. pylori‘s role in ulcers. The scientific community’s reception of this discovery should give us pause about the continuing controversy over ID. When Robin Warren and Barry Marshall first claimed that the bacterium Helicobacter pylori plays a key role in the development of […]
Exhibit 1: Letter by 6 Nobel laureates et al. to all 50 governors of the United States — go here. Exhibit 2: DEFCON’S top 10 Places Where Science Education is Under Threat — go here. As these exhibits indicate, the other side is pulling out all the stops. It makes you wonder whether they’ve got […]
Rob Pennock, as the witness of the hour in the Dover case, is citing me shamelessly. According to the local paper (go here), the quote of the day is: “So long as methodological naturalism sets the ground rules for how the game of science is to be played, (intelligent design) has no chance (in) Hades.” […]