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Trends in Biomimetics: Copying Irreducible Complexity
March 3, 2018
Not everything in nature can be copied effectively for human engineering. Why? Nature is sometimes too good.
“Cosmologists Are Often Wrong, But Never in Doubt”
March 1, 2018
Astronomy used to be the flagship model of observational science. Now, the method is: embrace the dogma, then hunt for obscure details that might support it.
Unchallenged Darwinism Produces Sloppy Science
February 26, 2018
Any science needs open debate, but Darwinism is different: Big Science forbids it. Here are examples of ridiculous speculations that result. An Ancient Virus May Be Responsible for Human Consciousness (Rafi Letzter at Live Science). Your rationality is a mistake. Your ancient ancestor caught a virus, and woke up, transforming from zombie to person. This […]
Biblical Archaeology Scores Three More Confirmations
February 25, 2018
Artifacts mentioning Biblical names continue to turn up in the lands of the Bible. One announced this week is the talk of the town.
Neanderthal Art Found: Last Barrier to Full Human Status Falls
February 23, 2018
They were strong, skilled hunters, with large brains. They interbred with 'modern humans.' But they have always been disparaged because they left no art. Till now.
Basener, Sanford Defend Paper Critiquing Fisher’s Theorem, II
February 20, 2018
Bill Basener and John Sanford recently critiqued Fisher's Theorem, a long-trusted model for neo-Darwinism. Two evolutionary geneticists responded. Here is Part II their counter-response.
Scientists Not Always Trained to Be Critical Thinkers
February 19, 2018
A trainer of graduate students at a prestigious university wants to put the Ph back in PhD. Can scientists be good at detail work but dumb at logic? Gundula Bosch thinks so. She directs the R3 Graduate Science Initiative at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland. In Nature, she says she’s […]