Tagged: Creationism

The New Inquisition in Science

Vision America has a nice article on how dissenters from scientific orthodoxy, be it global warming or evolution, are mocked, ousted, and persecuted just like religious heretics. Scientists who dissent from the alarmism [over global warming] have seen their grant funds disappear, their work derided,...

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Darwin Understood the Social Application of his Theory

Evolutionists constantly try to disavow the logical link between Darwinism and social Darwinism, but no matter how they try to divorce themselves from it, even Darwin himself understood that this logical conclusion followed because humans are part of the natural order.  Below are a couple...

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No Plausible Theory of Origins, Says Stark

One of my new favorite authors is agnostic sociologist Rodney Stark.  While he has Catholic sympathies, he is not above letting them have it in his reviews of history.  A professor at Baylor University, he has written many journal articles and books on the sociology...

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Ultraconserved Phenotype Defies Macro-evolution

On the heels of my article on conservation of junk DNA (genotype conservation across time), Uncommon Descent has posted a nice article on a worm whose phenotype has remained unchanged for (supposedly) millions of years of mutation – so even though the genome has changed,...

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Conned by Evolution

I greatly enjoyed the post The Atheism Delusion: The Destructive Power of Materialist Indoctrination, because this scientist’s experience with being awakened from the “evolution is fact” dream was very similar to mine. I was an atheist, brainwashed by the establishment, into my 40s…..I was once...

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Embryo’s Unchanged After 500M Years

The New Scientist discusses what scientists are learning from 500 million year old embryos, and lo and behold, it matches what creationists would predict – that the mechanisms we use today were in place in antiquity, exactly as they are now.  Computer-processed X-ray images of...

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My Two Cents (12/7)

Neanderthal Genetics:  AIG has a nice analysis of the recent efforts, published in Science and Nature magazines, to map the Neanderthal genome and to compare it to modern humans.  He uncovers big problems with the experimental methods and assumptions used (confirmed by other scientists) and...

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