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More Studies Show Children Are Wired for Religious Belief: A Brief Literature Review

If you're an evolutionary atheist, don't you find this just a bit peculiar? Casey Luskin
Categories: Anti-Science News

When Ideology Trumps Science: Neil deGrasse Tyson and Cosmos on Global Warming

I finally had a chance to watch the twelfth, penultimate episode of Cosmos, "The World Set Free." Jay W. Richards
Categories: Anti-Science News

Aeshna multicolor

Panda's Thumb - Wed, 2014-08-06 16:17
Photograph by David Cox. Photography contest, Finalist. Aeshna multicolor – blue-eyed darner.... Matt Young
Categories: Pro-Science News

Michael Behe: Vindication for 'The Edge of Evolution'

ID the Future - Wed, 2014-08-06 16:17
Listen Now. On this episode of ID the Future, Dr. Michael Behe talks with Casey Luskin about recent findings that support his argument in The Edge of Evolution. Dr. Behe explains why Chloroquine, a drug that treats malaria, presents...
Categories: Anti-Science News

Intelligent Design in Action: We Could Detect an Alien Civilization by Their Pollution, Astrobiologists Say

You might think fouling your own environment with lots of toxic smog is a poor indicator of intelligence. Evolution News & Views
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Does God Still Matter? On August 28 in Santa Ana, Meyer, Prager, Hewitt, and Stonestreet Will Discuss Faith, Science, and Culture

Join four profound and provocative thinkers for an unrestrained discussion as they take up the most ultimate of ultimate issues. Evolution News & Views
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From PNAS, a Scathing Rebuke to Hype over Homo Floresiensis, Lost "Hobbit" Species

Darwinian expectations would be fulfilled by the discovery of other human species living alongside modern humans. David Klinghoffer
Categories: Anti-Science News

Is NASA Really on the Verge of Finding Extraterrestrial Life?

The best available science, including a new paper by Guillermo Gonzalez, demonstrates that supporting life on a hypothetical exoplanet is much, much tougher than NASA suggests. Casey Luskin
Categories: Anti-Science News

War on Humans: Yes, It's Right to Kill Monkeys to Find Ebola Vaccine

Animal-rights activists would prevent us from making this good use of monkeys. But that is anti-human. Wesley J. Smith
Categories: Anti-Science News

Video: Stephen Meyer Reflects on the Debate with Charles Marshall

It's not easy to persuade a leading Darwinian scientist to let you question him, deeply and in real time. David Klinghoffer
Categories: Anti-Science News

Memories of the Discovery Institute Cruise to Alaska

Whales, salmon, and eagles, glaciers and good friends aboard the Westerdam. Bruce Chapman
Categories: Anti-Science News

Letter from Palo Alto: Overselling Our Techno-Futures

The ethos of Palo Alto is understandable, as hundreds of millions in venture capital flow into start-ups, making millionaires of kids barely out of school. Erik J. Larson
Categories: Anti-Science News

What Can We Responsibly Believe About Human Evolution?

The evolution of consciousness, among other things, is presently inexplicable. Denyse O'Leary
Categories: Anti-Science News

Jack Friedman dies

Jack Friedman, a past president of NCSE's board of directors, died on July 31, 2014, at the age of 88, according to Newsday (August 2, 2014).

Categories: Pro-Science News

The Limit to Self-Organization

ID the Future - Sat, 2014-08-02 18:09
Listen Now. On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin interviews University of British Columbia at Vancouver philosophy faculty member Richard Johns on his paper in the journal Synthese titled "Self-organisation in dynamical systems: a limiting result." In...
Categories: Anti-Science News

Feathers Not Flying Over New Dinosaur Fossil

There are three general problems with claims of feathered dinosaur fossils. Casey Luskin
Categories: Anti-Science News

Happy 270th birthday, Jean-Baptiste!

Panda's Thumb - Fri, 2014-08-01 21:18
Jean-Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet was born on 1 August 1744 in Bazentin-le-Petit, Picardy, France. He was from a family of impoverished nobility, so he came to have the title Chevalier de Lamarck. He died at the age of 85 on 18 December 1829. He was probably the greatest invertebrate biologist, clarifying the classification of invertebrates greatly. For that matter he is the one who coined the terms “invertebrate” and “biology”. He also was the... Joe Felsenstein
Categories: Pro-Science News

Science and Faith and Alaska

Some 150 members of the Discovery Society, including speakers and staff, are finding that there is more to the island expanses of Southeast Alaska than can be covered in a week. Bruce Chapman
Categories: Anti-Science News

Evolutionary Studies Suggest that Atheists, Whatever They Say to the Contrary, Really Do Believe in God

Why should anyone feel "existential dread" in the first place, if not for the fact that we long for something greater and beyond our mortal lives? Casey Luskin
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