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Temperature Control: Too Hot, Too Cold, or Just Right?

The system that regulates our core temperature seems to naturally know how to get the job done. Howard Glicksman
Categories: Anti-Science News

Cope vs. Kansas State Board of Education loses on appeal

Panda's Thumb - Sat, 2016-04-23 10:47
NCSE informs us that the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals has rendered a decision in the appeal of Cope vs. Kansas, which we reported on here. Specifically, the Court of Appeals upheld the District Court’s earlier dismissal of the case, largely on the basis of standing. Additionally, NCSE notes, “Interestingly, though, the decision observes in a footnote that COPE’s suggestion for ‘teleological’ explanations to be added to the standards would be unconstitutional.” NCSE’s report on... Matt Young http://www.mines.edu/~mmyoung
Categories: Pro-Science News

Calculating the Maximum Number of Trials Evolution Could Have Performed

Countless people use the following rationale to justify saying there was no need for an intelligent designer behind life. Kirk Durston
Categories: Anti-Science News

Darwin's Finches: The Hype Continues

Every few years we are treated to glowing news stories about how Darwin's iconic finches are still evolving that, as usual, are full of hype. Jonathan Wells http://www.discovery.org/p/41
Categories: Anti-Science News

Monarch Butterfly's Sun Compass Investigated in Flight Simulator

Researchers glimpse hints at the sun compass Monarch butterflies use for navigation, but many mysteries remain. Evolution News & Views
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Intelligent Design Aside, from Templeton Foundation to the Royal Society, Darwinism Is Under Siege

As Templeton commits $8.7 million to an "evolution rethink," don't let anyone tell you the evolutionary paradigm isn't in serious turmoil. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
Categories: Anti-Science News

How Likely Is a "Terminator" Future?

Celebrity scientist Michio Kaku is the latest to throw his support behind the "Terminator is coming" mantra. Brendan Dixon http://www.biologicinstitute.org/people
Categories: Anti-Science News

Pioneering Neuroscientist Wilder Penfield: Why Don't We Have Intellectual Seizures?

Penfield began his career as a materialist, convinced that the mind was wholly a product of the brain. He finished as an emphatic dualist. Michael Egnor
Categories: Anti-Science News

Discovering Fire: How We Became Pyrophiles

With the approaching premiere of Fire-Maker, we asked Dr. Denton for his comments on a well-timed research article. Michael Denton
Categories: Anti-Science News

The Ark Park is hiring

Panda's Thumb - Thu, 2016-04-21 00:51
Answers in Genesis is advertising a whole slew of jobs, but you do not have to read very far between the lines to realize that the hirees will be “detailed” to the Ark Park, presumably because AIG, as a religious organization, is allowed to discriminate on the basis of religion. I do not know why they are bothering, because recently a Kentucky judge ruled, in effect, that it was legal for the Ark Park itself... Matt Young http://www.mines.edu/~mmyoung
Categories: Pro-Science News

The Diversity that Dare Not Speak Its Name

"Many universities are redoubling their efforts to diversify their faculties in response to last fall's wave of protests," says Georgetown's John Hasnas. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
Categories: Anti-Science News

Darwin and Wallace Read Malthus Differently, and That Made a Big Difference

When Oswald Spengler read Darwin's Origin, he thought the conflation of biology and economics reeked of the English factory. Michael Flannery http://www.discovery.org/p/471
Categories: Anti-Science News

Premiering in May in Seattle, Get Ready for Fire-Maker with Michael Denton; See the Trailer Now!

As cultures around the world have recognized, fire is the key to human creativity. Evolution News & Views
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Yes, Repudiate Malthus

Says...Michael Shermer, no less? Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
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Science Ethics Are Too Important to Leave to "The Scientists"

A recent study shows that scientists are viewed as "amoral" by most of society. Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
Categories: Anti-Science News

Forests Use an Underground Supply Network

An underground supply system astonishes scientists, showing that you can't see a forest by looking at the trees alone. Evolution News & Views
Categories: Anti-Science News

Science as Astrology: A Gene for, or Rather Against, Virginity?

Sometimes it seems much of the most hyped research is about relieving us of the burden of personal moral responsibility. Evolution News & Views
Categories: Anti-Science News

Richard Weikart on the Revealing Inconsistencies of Scientific Materialism

Dr. Weikart's new book, The Death of Humanity, is an important study of the erosion of the most basic values in the Judeo-Christian tradition of the West. Mike Keas
Categories: Anti-Science News

William A. Wilson on the "Cult of Science"

Some of the best science may involve the unearthing of dormant truths. Wilson applies a helpful formulation to this -- "scientific regress." David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
Categories: Anti-Science News

Haarsma's Pykaryotes -- Another Failed Evolution Simulation

If Professor Haarsma's name sounds familiar that may be because he is the husband of BioLogos president Deborah Haarsma. Winston Ewert
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