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How the Story Got Its Just-So

Scientific storytelling can be useful when it's not a just-so story. What's the difference?

Why Religion Is a Meaningless Category

How can two ideologies with polar opposite doctrines and consequences be labeled with the same word?

Desperately Defending Darwin

The desperation with which biologists and the media defend Darwin betrays underlying fear of creationists.

How the Darwinist Got His Just-So Story

Evolutionists are not yet ashamed enough about their storytelling habit, but there are some hopeful signs of embarrassment.

Don’t Fall for the Monolith Myth

Some people are putting on their tin-foil hats after hearing about "mysterious monoliths" popping up around the world.

The Problem With Climate Consensus

Question climate change? Be careful. You may lose your job!

God Delusion, or Atheist Delusion?

"Live Science" lets a so-called "expert" equate all religion with psychological delusions. The tables should be turned on atheists.

Black Friday Discounts on Reading

It's a busy weekend. Here are interesting articles you can read on your own, discounted (i.e., free of commentary).

Reasons to Be Thankful When Depressed

By all accounts, 2020 has been a bad year: pandemic, lost jobs, riots, a contested election, restrictions on freedom. Rejoice!

Darwin Faithful Aghast at Stolen Relics

It's not enough to have millions of copies of Darwin's writings in books and online. No; the original relics matter.

Readings in the Philosophy of Science

For a lazy Sunday afternoon, try learning some things about what science can and cannot do, and the biases that affect it.

Twisting Abrupt Appearance into Anti-Creationism

Of all the nerve; Chinese scientist twists Darwin's dilemma into an argument against creationism.

More Blown Assumptions in Climate Theory

Climate change is a consensus of global experts, except when they stand on assumptions of quicksand.

Big Science Tells Biden What to Do

The UK journal Nature keeps interfering in US science policy, forgetting that elected representatives are of, for, and by the people.

Big Science Shocked At Its Own Cluelessness

Major journal blames the public for how out of touch Big Science finds itself.
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