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HeadStart: New Online Tool for Science Students

A new website from the Creation Science Association of Alberta provides resources for the inquiring student.

Will Decolonization Destroy Science?

A complex issue could have positive and negative effects. One of the negatives could destroy Western science.

Science and Scientism Are Two Different Things

A Scientist Condemns Scientism, or why many scientists wrongly confuse science with scientism.

Cancel Culture in Science

Should a college cancel a popular course for teaching both sides? This is how evolutionists silence the opposition.

Why Religion Is a Meaningless Category

How can two ideologies with polar opposite doctrines and consequences be labeled with the same word?

Twisting Abrupt Appearance into Anti-Creationism

Of all the nerve; Chinese scientist twists Darwin's dilemma into an argument against creationism.

Canaanites Were Genetically Distinct

A new study finds that the the Canaanites before the Conquest were a distinct people, as the Bible says.

Vestigial “Pseudogenes” Reconsidered

So-called "pseudogenes" are not so pseudo after all. Another Darwinian false lead delayed research for decades.

Not All Critical Thinking Is Equal

Educators believe in teaching critical thinking skills except for subjects they don't want to critique.

Scientists Are Only Fallible Humans

Recent news articles remind us to qualify our trust in scientists according to the human potential for error and bias.

Saganism Lives On in Futility

Carl Sagan's daughter picks up where her dad left off, adding an unexpected twist for creatures on a pale blue dot.

Moral Passion by Evolutionists Makes No Sense

One needs a timeless, universal standard to declare what people should do. Evolution has no such thing.

Some Professionally-Safe Darwin Doubters Are Now Speaking Out

When the coast is clear, and their careers are safe, some academics can afford to doubt Darwin publicly.

Automatic Emergency Brake Found on Molecular Motor

Ross Anderson discusses a new finding about how an 'emergency brake' works in one of the most vital of all molecular machines, ATP synthase.

Science Under the Microscope Looks Infected

Surgical changes are coming in scientific institutions and methods, due to chronic maladies coming to light.
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