If Brain Determines Politics, It Also Determines Science
May 23, 2014
Recognizing a self-refuting position is a shortcut through the paralysis of scientific analysis.
Institutional Science as a Leftist Cabal
October 14, 2010
Something strange happens in scientific journals and reports. Whenever they talk politics, it is almost always from a leftist point of view. Why is that? Did they arrive at that position by the scientific method? Is there something about the need for government funding that drives institutions to a leftist position? Whatever the reason, it’s […]
How a Christian Family Stood Up to Tyranny
November 10, 2009
Faithfulness to principle doesn't always win, but it allows one to live with a clear conscience.
Can Evolution Keep You Safe?
February 25, 2009
A new practical use for Darwinism has come to light: natural security. Two recent articles claim that we can learn from evolution how best to protect ourselves. Natural security: Darwinism can be practical, thinks Rafe Sagarin, an ecologist at Duke University. Science Daily reported that he is using Darwinian principles to write and speak about […]
Evolutionists Scare Presidential Voters
January 6, 2008
What will doom the United States? A nuclear war? Islamic terrorism? An economic depression? No: the doomsday agent will be a creationist president, said an AFP article posted on PhysOrg. It was published internationally as far as Japan and Turkey. The scare rhetoric came at the launching of an updated book on creationism […]
October 11, 2006
Articles of interest from Nature have been piling up in the CEH queues. Perhaps a brief mention is better than nothing, before they fall into archive oblivion. Carbon 14: In the Sept 14 issue, there was a give & take between critics of a carbon-14-dated study and the author. The critics pointed out, “We appreciate […]
Rockfish Prefer Oil-Rig Real Estate
June 30, 2006
Environmentalists may complain about offshore oil platforms, but the rockfish in the Santa Barbara channel aren’t paying attention. According to a study announced by UC Santa Barbara, rockfish are finding better living through human chemistry. The platforms provide security and prime nursing habitat, such that their numbers, once dangerously low, are now resurging. The artificial […]
President Bush Votes Yes on ID
August 2, 2005
Asked whether ID was a valid alternative to evolution, President Bush told reporters August 1, “Both sides ought to be properly taught … so people can understand what the debate is about…. Part of education is to expose people to different schools of thought. You’re asking me whether or not people ought to be exposed […]
Can the Courts Define Science?
May 27, 2005
Last December, the ACLU and Americans United for Separation of Church and State filed a lawsuit in Pennsylvania against the Dover Area School District that was considering adding intelligent design material to the curriculum. The lawsuit attempts to define intelligent design as “inherently religious” and therefore unacceptable in science classrooms. The move appears aimed at […]
Christian Woman to Rebuild Iraqi Science
May 19, 2005
According to the Christian apologetics ministry Answers in Action, a woman – a Christian woman – will help rebuild Iraqi science from the ruins of Saddam Hussein’s evil empire: Ibrahim Jaafari, the prime minister of Iraq, has appointed Bassima Yousef Boutros, a 44 year old biochemist at Salah Eldin University in Erbil, Iraq as the […]
Accepted Science or Censorship by National Park Service?
January 8, 2004
What’s a national park bookstore vendor to do? A beautiful new book of photographs and quotations on Grand Canyon, entitled Grand Canyon: A Different View by veteran river rafting captain Tom Vail, went on sale in the national park bookstore. One would think it would not stand out too much along with hundreds of other […]