Bill Nye Fails Baloney Detector
August 27, 2012
In a video clip seen by over 3 million, Bill Nye the Science Guy slammed creationism with a series of logical fallacies.
National Science Standards Squelch Freedom of Inquiry
August 24, 2012
If federal science standards are approved by the states, students will lose freedom to question controversial subjects like evolution and global warming.
August 22, 2012
If science is supposed to be apolitical, reporters and journal editors are not remembering their duty to stay neutral.
Human Evolution Puzzles & Problems
August 20, 2012
Recent stories on human evolution continue to illustrate ongoing problems that overturn long-held beliefs.
Parody: Darwin as a Drug
August 19, 2012
An article appearing on a science news site portrayed Christian megachurches as a drug. What if the tables were turned?
Mind Your Brain
August 18, 2012
Recent discoveries about the brain and the mind reveal the wonders inside our skulls and pose deep philosophical questions.
Darwinist: Charity Is Really Selfishness
August 15, 2012
According to one Darwinist, selfish societies evolve into egalitarian ones, for selfish reasons. It's all in the math, the genes, and natural selection.
Rocks Don't Lie, But Liars Rock
August 14, 2012
A geologist, trying to be nice to religious people, not only deals fast and loose with rock, but rolls into circular reasoning.
"Easy Does It" Evolution Credited with Anything and Everything
August 13, 2012
Reporters show remarkably little discernment about the limitations of natural selection, but scientists don't rebuke them.
Brazil's Islands in the Sky Defy Evolution
August 9, 2012
Isolated table mountains with sheer cliffs in South America should be natural laboratories for evolution. Why aren't they?
Scientific Ethics Concerns Rising
August 5, 2012
For an enterprise as secular and materialistic as science, there's a lot of talk about morality these days.
Scientific Institutions Engage in Leftist Advocacy
July 26, 2012
For an enterprise supposedly as unpolitical and bias-free as science classically is supposed to be, conservatism is surprisingly rare.
Humans by Mistake
July 25, 2012
Scientists from Scotland claim to trace our origins to a genetic mistake 500 million years ago.
Asteroids as Water Balloons Gave Us Oceans
July 23, 2012
Planetary scientists are looking to asteroids as the source of Earth's water – not from evidence, but from desperation.
The Sociology of Climate Science
July 22, 2012
What has become known as "climate science" offers an opportunity to investigate the sociology of science and ask how political biases influence individual scientists. Since the lukewarm political response to the Rio conference, news articles indicate that climate science has a climate of its own – one that's heating up over the inability to convince the public.