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Eduard Pernkopf and the Ethics of Science from Holocausts

I have a good friend who is an Israeli neurosurgeon. Michael Egnor
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A new poll on climate change

A new poll on public attitudes toward Pope Francis's encyclical on climate change included questions on the occurrence of climate change itself. Asked "Do you think that global warming is happening, or do you think global warming is not happening?" 69% of respondents said yes, 16% said no, 15% said that they were not sure, and 1% skipped or refused to answer the question. 

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Polling Latinos on climate change

A new poll of Latinos in the United States finds that a large majority — more than four fifths — accept that climate change is real, and that a majority — almost two thirds — accept that climate change is mostly due to human activity.

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Extending summer vacation for the sake of creationism?

Will Kentucky extend the duration of summer vacation in order to enable students to attend a creationist attraction?

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John Holland dies

John Holland

The computer scientist John Holland died on August 9, 2015, at the age of 86, according to a memorial notice from the Santa Fe Institute (August 10, 2015).

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Explore Evolution, Now in Polish

Check out this link to a 35-minute interview on Poland's TV-Republika with Father Michael Chaberek, covering Explore Evolution, Darwinian theory, and whether it's reconcilable with Poland's majority faith. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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Living Waters Opens with a Splash for Pacific Northwest Premiere; DVD Now on Sale!

At McCaw Hall, an enthusiastic crowd gave a resounding ovation to a spectacular new nature documentary making the case for intelligent design. Evolution News & Views
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The Un-Junk Industry

It's nice when mainstream scientists take the lead in rescuing DNA from the genetic junk pile. Evolution News & Views
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Conversations with David Berlinski: What Is a Number?

Mathematician and philosopher David Berlinski talks with Casey Luskin about the nature of numbers and mathematics. Evolution News & Views
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Understanding Cardiovascular Function: A Challenge to Evolution from Coronary Artery Disease

If our earliest ancestors could not provide 1,000 mL/min of blood flow to the myocardium, they never could have survived to reproduce. Howard Glicksman
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Science Illiteracy Watch: Genetic Literacy Project Pushes "Plant Rights"

The Project's slogan is "science over ideology." Apparently, that's a crock. Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
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Listen: Debating Donald Prothero

The ranting geologist is a gem -- if you enjoy ad hominem attacks. Evolution News & Views
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Some Programming Notes

W.R. Elsberry's The Austringer - Sat, 2015-08-08 14:06
Some of the stuff I’ve run across in the last few months that I consider cool: Emscripten is a LLVM-based C++ compiler that emits JavaScript code, specifically asm.JS. This is being used to try to bring Avida-ED to the browser, since Avida has a C++ codebase. Speaking of JavaScript, since Diane has been using that… Read More »
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Belated Happy 271st Birthday, Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet!

Panda's Thumb - Fri, 2015-08-07 16:16
Who? The Chevalier de Lamarck, that’s who. Born 1 August 1744, he was the first evolutionary biologist who gave a mechanism that could, in principle, explain adaptation. Even though his mechanism was wrong, he was a true pioneer and a great biologist. (I’ll leave this post short, so as not to push Matt’s photo contest off the page).... Joe Felsenstein http://evolution.gs.washington.edu/felsenstein.html
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Actias luna

Panda's Thumb - Fri, 2015-08-07 16:16
Photograph by Tom Gillespie. Photography Contest, Second Place. Actias luna – Luna moth, Duluth, Georgia. Shot from underneath, as it was resting upside-down in my azalea bush.... Matt Young http://www.mines.edu/~mmyoung
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The Corrupting Influence of Scientism

Unfortunately, most people fail to distinguish between good science, bad science, science fiction, and scientism. Kirk Durston
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In Tonight's Republican Debate, Will Candidates Be Asked for Their Views on Evolution?

If so, here's what they should say in response. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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No Animal Is a "Who"

At Slate, Mary Bates reviews a couple of books that argue it is time to use language that helps transform animals into the personalized "who." Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
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Spectacular Convergence: A Camera Eye in a Microbe

A single-celled creature has an eye with cornea, lens, and retina. Where did that come from? Evolution News & Views
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New Book, Cosmological Implications of Heisenberg's Principle, Argues for Purpose and Design in Nature

Modern discoveries in physics and cosmology are consistent with non-materialist worldviews as well as with the theory of ID. Casey Luskin http://www.discovery.org/p/188
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