Astrobiology is an odd science. It largely concerns itself with studying something that may not exist. Even so, it captures the imagination like nothing else. — New Scientist, May 2, 2012
Creation Evolution Headlines is my favorite website on intelligent design and Darwinism. This is both due to your being always on the cutting edge of all the latest research relevant to the debate over evolution, as well as due to your soberness coupled with your uncompromising stand against Darwinism. Your work is invaluable. Please keep it up all costs. — founder of the Danish Society for Intelligent Design
There is no demarcation line between science and non-science, or between science and pseudoscience, which would win assent from a majority of philosophers. Nor is there one which should win acceptance from philosophers or anyone else.
What makes a belief well founded (or heuristically fertile)? And what makes a belief scientific? [Our focus] should be squarely on the empirical and conceptual credentials for claims about the world. The 'scientific' status of those claims is altogether irrelevant. — Larry Laudan, philosopher of science
You have to be someone to get a National Monument named after you, and George Washington Carver was someone – not in his own estimation, but by universal acclaim. His own estimation of himself was summed up in his words, “Without my Savior, I am nothing.” He sought his Creator for guidance in all things, and gave God the credit for all his discoveries. Rightly does a National Monument deserve to be named for him, because his story is an inspiration to all Americans. It is one of overcoming odds and serving one’s fellow man, achieving greatness by good works, and devoting oneself to serving others. It is a great American success story for which black Americans, and all Americans, can justly find inspiration.
All who knew George Washington Carver were impressed by his spirituality. Carver would often rise at 4:00 in the morning and go into his favorite woods to pray. Each day he would ask, “Lord, what do you want me to do today?“ and then do it. The goodness of God and the richness of creation was often on his lips. He said, “I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in.”
Two teams of geologists looked at the same volcano field in Nevada, but came up with vastly different dates.
Evolutionists have been stewing over primordial soup for over a century, but origin-of-life research is still in the kitchen with empty kettles. Some new recipes are downright nutty.
In that day man will have regard for his Maker, and his eyes will look to the Holy One of Israel. He will not have regard for the altars, the work of his hands, nor will he look to that which his fingers have made. — Isaiah 17:7-8