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Science Condemns Co-Inventor of the Transistor

Another racist called out for his racism yet Charles Darwin, one of the most influential racists in history, gets a pass.

Archive Classic: The Science of Thanksgiving

Should science tread into areas of virtue? When it comes to gratitude, they miss the whole point.

Electric ‘Muscle’ Found in Sensitive Plant

If 'muscle' is loosely defined as a system that powers movement, the sensitive plant qualifies as a bodybuilder.

Earth Arctic Is Not Like Enceladus

NASA commits its most common logical fallacy in a press release geared to titillate the public about astrobiology.

Lost and Found: Extinct Species Turn Up

Don't count out extinct species. In rare cases, they might be playing hide and seek.

Illustra Shares Peace and Hope

Illustra media's newest short film invites one to dwell on good things for a few minutes.

Big Science Caught Using Dirty Money

The FTX scandal has universities and journals scrambling to save face and replenish funding after a favorite well suddenly dried up.

JWST Finds Un-Big-Banged Galaxies

Astronomers were surprised to find disk galaxies older than they should be.

How Darwinism Morphs to Censor Critics

Censorship of creation still occurs in the media, but when the implications of a fossil slip past the censors, the Darwinists can always maintain their belief by rewriting the textbooks.

Another Population Bomb?

Scientists are claiming the Earth's human population hit 8 billion this month. But there are reasons to want more.

Returning to a Young Moon

On the eve of the Artemis launch, questions about the age and formation of the moon have resurfaced.

Moon Is Too Dry for Astronauts

NASA is counting on water ice in shadowed craters on the moon, but there may be none. And there are other hazards.
F. Clark Howell, "Early Man" book, Time-Life Young Readers Edition, 1968, p. 33

Footprints in the Scams of Time

Evolutionists nearly triple the age of human footprints, revealing the effrontery in their slimy dating schemes.

Beavers Mitigate Global Warming

Beavers provide a natural feedback that protects water quality downstream, scientists find.

Darwinism Is Fracturing; Darwinist Celebrates

Here's how to celebrate a fractured theory and forestall a scientific revolution: look happy and excited.
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