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Rings Around Climate Theories

Tree ring data should provide accurate checks on climate models, right? It's complicated.

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.

Scientists Didn’t Need California’s Stem-Cell Windfall

Would you donate money you don't have to a rich uncle who has more than he needs?

Molecular Darwinism Ignores Information

In an attempt to bring DNA under Darwin's mechanism and thermodynamics, this theory ignores the elephant in the room.

Twisting Abrupt Appearance into Anti-Creationism

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

Darwinists Build Fake Phylogenetic Trees

No matter what kinds of organisms they study, Darwinists run into trouble by trying to prove common ancestry.

Do Science for Good

Scientists should get away from philosophizing and help their fellow human beings.

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.

Celebrate ENCODE III and the demise of ‘Junk DNA’

An international genome survey finds that vast quantities of non-coding DNA are transcribed and probably functional, not 'junk' as evolutionists had thought.
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