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“Darwin’s Heir” Redefined Human Behavior

More admissions of the Darwinian racism of scientists. The growing list now includes E.O. Wilson.

Will Decolonization Destroy Science?

A complex issue could have positive and negative effects. One of the negatives could destroy Western science.

Peer Review Fails to Catch a Liar

Another scientist caught lying., and how it illustrates the shortcomings of peer review.

Psychopolitics Is Back

Psychologists know how to achieve compliance. Big Tech is already using it. Is Big Government next?

How to Tell Who’s Lying

These simple tips can help anyone sort the probable truth-tellers from the deceivers.

Darwinism-Inspired Hepatitis Experiments Exposed

More evidence of experimenting on so-called inferior races: the harm Darwinism caused grows as new examples are uncovered.

More Proof Life Begins at Conception

New findings about activity in the zygote should influence discussions about abortion.

Journals Dismayed at Taliban Treatment of Scientists

Journal editors seem surprised at events in Afghanistan but avoid blaming those responsible for the disaster.

Warming Caused Little Ice Age

Here are more indications that long-term climate forecasting is beyond human prognostication ability.

Wokeism Will Destroy Science

Science could die by D.I.E. – Diversity, Inclusion and Equity. Even Darwinians worry about redefinitions of these wholesome words.

The Bible Does Not Condone Slavery; Darwinism Does

How does the Bible's influence regarding slavery compare with Darwin's? Dr Jerry Bergman contrasts the two.

California Had Long Droughts Before Recent Climate Change

Those who attribute droughts to recent human-caused climate change should read this paper.

Caltech Cancels Eugenicists from Its Racist Past

Caltech is canceling a host of high-profile eugenicists and evolutionists, but they left out an important one.

Using Race to Identify Skeletal Remains

Should forensic anthropologists use race to help identify persons from skeletal parts? The debate goes on and gets weirder.

Nature Journal Doubles Down on Abortion

As if needing to justify its earlier pro-abortion piece, Nature hits back on critics like us.
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