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Icicle ripples

Panda's Thumb - Sat, 2015-03-21 01:48
An Icicle showing ripples due to impurities in the water. How the impurities cause the ripples is unknown.... Matt Young
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Real Science vs. Bill Nye the "Science" Guy

If you grew up among Generation Xers and Millennials as I did, then you probably loved watching Bill Nye the Science Guy on TV. Casey Luskin
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Think Before You Swat: The Genius of Insects

Avian flight justifiably merits our admiration. But the small critters that buzz about us are no less wondrous in their construction; maybe more so. Evolution News & Views
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Take a Deep Breath: Cellular Respiration

Because it must follow the rules, the cell needs many different innovations to be able to take control. Howard Glicksman
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Origin-of-Life Claims: Triple Header or Strike Three?

The hometown team, the Darwin Dreamers, have been down on their luck ever since that pep talk about a "warm little pond." Evolution News & Views
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Canada to Couple Euthanasia and Organ Harvesting?

Long ago, I warned that legalizing assisted suicide would lead to "organ harvesting as a plum to society." Wesley J. Smith
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Another Successful Prediction of Intelligent Design: Cell Paper Reports Functions for Synonymous Codons

ID expects that we should find deeper and deeper layers of function in biology, which by the same token represents a big problem for Darwinian evolution. Casey Luskin
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Science with a View: Michael Denton at UC Berkeley

Denton helps his audiences step back and see things from a certain distance, granting an important perspective we'd likely otherwise miss. Casey Luskin
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What You Have to Believe to Not Believe in Intelligent Design

There is no general agreement among advocates of ID as to exactly where, when, or how design was manifested in the history of life. Granville Sewell
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As Leading Nation in the Culture of Death, Belgium Has Surpassed the Netherlands

Eighteen percent of patient deaths come either from lethal injection/assisted suicide or from being put into a deep coma and left to die. Wesley J. Smith
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Discovery Institute's Summer Seminars, July 10-18 in Seattle -- What's the Catch?

The only one we're aware of is a looming April 7 deadline for applications. Evolution News & Views
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Stephen Moore Unsettles "Settled Science"

Moore has an article in the Washington Times that is worth the attention of genuine skeptics. Bruce Chapman
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For the Westminster Conference on "Cosmos and Creator," You Can Still Register on the Day of the Event

That's this Friday at 2 pm through Saturday at 4 pm in Bryn Mawr, PA. The conference will feature renowned Oxford University mathematics professor John Lennox and Discovery Institute geneticist Michael Denton. Evolution News & Views
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Travels with Denton: California Edition

At San Jose State University, Dr. Denton spoke on: "Nature's Fitness for Advanced Life Forms: Defending the Anthropocentric Vision." Casey Luskin
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Enzymes and Their Dynamic Role in the Cell

In this series so far, we've looked at what makes up the human cell and what it needs to do to stay alive. Howard Glicksman
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In the Current Evolution Debate, Don't Let Darwinists Tell You the History of Their Idea Is Irrelevant

Ideas have consequences, but they also have a certain cross-generational integrity. David Klinghoffer
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What's new with Wyoming's science standards?

The Wyoming state board of education voted on March 17, 2015, to return to the task of adopting new science standards, according to Wyoming Public Media (March 17, 2015) — but a proposal to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards outright was rejected.

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Opposition to new science standards continues in South Dakota

"The debate over choosing standards for science education in South Dakota's public schools has become a divisive battleground with a clear split between science professionals who strongly support the new standards and opposing parents who disbelieve climate change and evolution," reports the Rapid City Journal (March 17, 2015).

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RNCSE 35:2 now on-line

NCSE is pleased to announce that the latest issue of Reports of the National Center for Science Education is now available on-line.

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Congratulations to Kenneth R. Miller

Kenneth R. Miller

NCSE is pleased to congratulate Kenneth R. Miller for receiving the National Science Teachers Association's Presidential Citation, which recognizes "individuals or organizations who have significantly promoted the profession of science education."


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