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Science Has to Borrow a Moral Compass

Observing facts is not enough to determine whether something is good or evil.

Big Science Joins US Democrat Party Campaign

Science journals and reporters—even those outside the US—position themselves to defeat Trump and elect Clinton to promote their leftist causes.

No Need to Tinker With Human Embryos

Programmed adult stem cells can do everything, but some researchers are determined to keep tinkering with human beings.

Who Knows the Evil that Darwinians Do?

Look no further for disproof of Darwinism than the horrid fruits of believing in it.

Jesus Gets Reluctant Acceptance in Science

When it comes to scientific respectability, materialists have no prior claim.

Darwin's Evil Fruit Exposed

Two recent books expose bitter legacies of Darwin's idea that the fittest rule a world without God.

Darwinism Produces Sociopathic Ideologies

Look at what some evolutionists are saying about the implications of their theory for human society.

Op-Ed: Time to Ditch Natural Selection?

CEH Editor questions whether 156 years of natural selection theory has produced anything of scientific, philosophical, or cultural value.

Science Needs God; and Hurry!

Science is in a crisis of ethics. What would you expect from a community that rejects the Ten Commandments for morality that evolves?

Ghost of Scientific Racism Not Busted

A 1920 science project was "preposterous and disgraceful," but have today's scientists learned the lesson?

Social Darwinism Is Back

If you thought Social Darwinism went out with eugenics, look at what leaders of social policy are saying.

Obamacare Architect Is a Eugenicist

Jonathan Gruber has published papers justifying abortion for improving the lives of the living. Did he suggest that for the elderly in the Affordable Care Act?

Darwin: Imagine a World Without Him

A new book tries to imagine how different the world would be, had Darwin as an individual not lived to promote his particular views on evolution.

Darwin or Pasteur: Who Deserves a Day?

A Victorian evolutionist and a Victorian creationist get good press, as long as it's religion-free. Which one actually did more for science?

Political Science 101: Doubt Scientific Claims

Science goes through a chain of messengers from data to consumer. In between are fallible scientists, who speak often in incomprehensible jargon and often only partially understand what they observe, but often wish to gain notoriety with a major discovery (or need to publish or perish). Next, the institutional press offices decide what is significant and try to digest the jargon to layman level. The predigested stories are then delivered to science reporters, who sometimes sensationalize the filtered stories to make a name for themselves. Finally, the media outlets, prone to peer biases, dress up the products to grab the eyes of readers of their newspapers, magazines, or web pages. How much of the real scientific data remains at the end of this game of Telephone? Sometimes the bias is clearly evident, but often the product is delivered with all the presumptive authority of science. Once in awhile, a reporter comes clean about the dirty work involved.
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