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AAAS Tries to Influence Elections

Farewell to unbiased science. The AAAS goes political. You know what that means.

The Fall of Big Science

You can't trust what Big Science says any more. It's up to individuals with integrity to rebuild science.

Big Science Is a Subsidiary of Socialists and Global Leftists

When 95% of staff university staff are leftists, what do you expect of their research?

Good-bye Anthropocene

Science cannot rid itself of human nature and politics.

Archive: In 2004, Big Science Worried that Democrats Vastly Outnumber Republicans

The journal Science said 19 years ago that the lopsided political views in academia marginalizes conservatives.

White Supremacists Adore Darwin

Shocking quotes from leading white supremacists reveal genocidal intentions based on Darwin's worldview.

Flawed Research Underlies Gender Confusion

From two sexes to sixty genders in only a few decades. Are they inborn? New research reeks of speculation.

Big Science Sinking in a Swamp of Wokeness

Honest scientists are worth their weight in gold, but the public face of Big Science has been infected by leftism.

Life Regulates Earth’s Climate

Climate modelers did not take into account biology. The earth has automatic mechanisms to regulate climate.

2022 Year in Review

Here is a list of the most visited articles in Creation-Evolution Headlines in 2022.

It All Starts With Creation

An editorial after the November 8, 2022 election.

Big Science Is Failing Scientists

"Scientific" institutions are little more than powerful bureacracies enriching themselves and keeping researchers in line.

Climate Lords: Millions Must Suffer for the Common Good

We're seeing the return of a political view with long, dark roots: pragmatism requires populations to lose their rights.

Big Science Losing Its Monopoly

The big journals have been ordered to make federally-funded research available to the public immediately upon publication. They're terrified.

Darwinian Morality as an Oxymoron

Naturalistic Darwinism does not possess the causative tools to account for observable moral judgments humans make.
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