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Social Sciences Flunk Science Test

A historian of science confirms: the so-called "social sciences" deserve the criticism they've been getting for decades.

Ethical Solutions to Health Problems

Here are examples of good research projects that help people without crossing ethical boundaries.

Wilderness Is a Harmful Myth

An environmentalist says that nature and humanity are both harmed by the vision of pristine nature.

JPL Sued for Discrimination

Poetic Justice for A Darwin Skeptic: JPL Sued For Discrimination and Forced to Pay Out 10 Million Dollars in Restitution to Former Employees

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.

Echoes of Eugenics Are Still With Us

Evolution’s legacy of eugenics lives on and on and on. Consider the ongoing case of Britney Spears.

Does Cheating Evolve?

What if the evolution of cheating by natural selection backfires, and everyone becomes a cheater?

Science Mismeasures Itself

Blundering along, Big Science creates perverse incentives and ignores its biases while awarding itself happy face stickers.

Making People Drunk for Science

Even if declared legal, ethical and transparent with participant approval, there are things scientists should not do.

Science Prestige Crumbles

Public trust in science has taken drastic hits lately, and Big Science admits it. What will be required to get back its respect?

Scientists Chip Away at Ethics

When a human being is a commodity, atrocities follow. The time to stop it is before acceleration down the slippery slope.

Science Capitulates to Leftism

Finding any science journal or science reporter who takes a conservative position is hopeless now.

Scientists Pushing Ethical Lines with Human Embryos

Scientists are bad at policing themselves. What they can do and what they should do are two different things.

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?
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