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Big Science Succumbs to Political Correctness

Is science immune from cultural trends? In theory, hopefully; in practice, often not.

Hydrothermal OOL Chemistry Is Unlikely

A favorite way for theorists to get around the lack of enzymes at the origin of life is shown to be implausible.

Bacteria You Can Love

Wrongly feared only as agents of disease, many bacteria are allies in our quest for health.

More Upsets in Human Origins Stories

When it comes to a consensus on how humans evolved, there's no "there" there.

Media Perpetuates Lazy Thinking

Lazy reporters don't do their homework, two critics in different fields complain.

Adult Stem Cells Continue to Show Promise

Ethical stem cells from adult tissues make more news than embryonic stem cells.

Joshua Was Right about Hazor

Broken statue pieces from Tell Hazor indicate the Bible was right about the importance of this archaeological site in Israel.

For the Love of Trees

You don't have to be a proverbial tree-hugger to love trees and wonder at all the things they can do, and do for us.

Evolutionists Boast of Storytelling

Some evolutionists not only own up to just-so storytelling; they parade it.

Is Dark Matter Going the Way of Phlogiston?

There is no exotic dark matter, according to the most sensitive search to date. The ramifications for cosmology are enormous.

Sleep on It: Housekeeping Night Crew Works Swing Shift

Why do we sleep? A new theory identifies a vital purpose for those seemingly lost hours.

Bird Flight Story Falsified

A simplistic story about bird flight influenced a generation of evolution students, but it was wrong.

Radar Reveals Former Warm Landscape Under Greenland

Under the world's fastest moving glacier, radar has revealed a network of V-shaped canyons carved by temperate rivers.

Your Body Needs Its Nature Medicine

Trapping yourself indoors most of the day? Studies show that health improves with outdoor experiences in nature.

Evolutionists Undermine Their Own Truth Claims

Two evolutionists appeal to "evolutionary forces" to explain the rise of bad science.
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