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Darwinism Inspired China’s Communist Holocaust

Read and become one of the tiny elite who know something about Darwinism’s influence on the “greatest death camp in the history of the world."

Horrors of Mao’s Darwinist Utopia Described

There's a tree connecting Marx, Lenin, Stalin, and Mao: scientific materialism, with Darwin at the root. Take a look at its fruit.

Darwinists Use Fossils as Props for Propaganda

With one-party rule in any institution, everything supports the party line. Open debate would be healthy for paleontology.

Sanitizing Genocide: Media Still Excuses Abortion

The intentional killing of human life by the millions should rank as one of modern society's greatest evils, yet the media continue to not only rationalize it, but advocate it.

Evolutionary Ethics Ruins Families

Teach children they are accidents of nature, and what will you get? Family breakdown. But the evidence goes against the evolutionary view.

The Evil Darwinians Do, Cont.

You will know them by their fruits.

Darwin's Evil Fruit Exposed

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

Communist Explanation for Societal Collapse Offered by Science Site

"Scientists" say society is doomed, according to a "research study," but the explanation is right out of the Marx playbook.

Chinks in the Scientific Method

V & V. That’s shorthand in project design for “validation and verification.” Does the scientific method provide V & V? We are all taught to think that peer review, publication and replication help science to be self-checking, so as to avoid error. Some recent articles show that ain’t necessarily so. It may sound good in theory, but in practice, the ideal doesn’t always match the real.

Why Darwin Is Like Yoda, and Darwinism Like Marxism

Homage for the master is palpable in John Vandermeer’s review (Science, Jan. 23)1 of a thick new book entitled Niche Construction: The Neglected Process in Evolution by Odling-Smee, Laland and Feldman (Princeton, 2004).  Vandermeer seems almost worshipful in his opening lines: The nascent germ of many novel ideas in biology can be traced directly or […]
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