Climate Flap Echoes Political Divide
February 8, 2017
Reactions to a whistleblower's statements raise the possibility that the climate-science consensus is largely political, not empirical.
Doubts About Dates and Climate
February 4, 2017
New findings cast doubt on scientists' ability to be certain about their consensus views.
Trusting Science Experts Can Be Disastrous
December 5, 2016
Nobody pushes the values of science more than scientists. But trusting them doesn't always work out right.
Anti-Biblical Bias Shaped Geological Opinion
October 17, 2016
Geologists resisted evidence for catastrophic flooding because they wanted to distance themselves from Genesis.
The Climate Is Not Clear for Change
September 19, 2016
Whenever you hear "all scientists agree," watch out. Groupthink may be at work.
Welcome to the Anthropocene
September 5, 2016
Geologists are adding a new era to the geologic column: the Anthropocene, when humans began man-handling the planet.
Big Science Joins US Democrat Party Campaign
August 7, 2016
Science journals and reporters—even those outside the US—position themselves to defeat Trump and elect Clinton to promote their leftist causes.
Bad Assumptions Confuse Geological Ages and Processes
July 8, 2016
The best models in a scientific field can be overturned at any time when someone takes a critical look at the underlying assumptions.
May 14, 2016
Science has a historical and cultural character that cannot be extricated from its current consensus.
When Scientists Go Wrong
April 11, 2016
Scientific studies on scientists are not always encouraging.
Globular Clusters Give Astronomers Cluster Headaches
January 29, 2016
The old story is out, and nobody knows what the new story should be.
Impossible Fossil Soft Tissue Stuns Evolutionists
January 21, 2016
The only reason evolutionists think this soft tissue is 520 million years old is because they have to.
Major Scientific Revolutions Are Still Possible
November 24, 2015
Beware the myth of progress. There's more scientists don't know than what they know.
Three Mavericks Who Won
October 12, 2015
The loner, not the consensus, is sometimes the one whose views get traction in science. Here are three historical examples.
Propping Up Darwin's Tree of Lie
September 21, 2015
A valiant effort to construct Darwin's tree icon in an open-source way may only serve to perpetuate a myth.