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A Special Status for Science?

One of the biggest credences in biology today is evolutionary theory. Ann Gauger
Categories: Anti-Science News

Darwin Day resolution in Congress

Jim Himes

House Resolution 548 (PDF), introduced in the United States House of Representatives on December 3, 2015, would, if passed, express the House's support of designating February 12, 2016, as Darwin Day, and its recognition of "Charles Darwin as a worthy symbol on which to celebrate the achievements of reason, science, and the advancement of human knowledge."

Categories: Pro-Science News

Utah adopts new middle school science standards

The Utah state board of education voted 11-4 on December 4, 2015, to adopt a new set of science standards for grades 6-8, according to a December 4, 2015, press release. Included, despite early signs of controversy, are evolution and climate change.


Categories: Pro-Science News

Climate change amendment in the House

Matt Cartwright

A measure that would have acknowledged "the overwhelming scientific consensus that climate change is real" was rejected in the U.S. House of Representatives on December 3, 2015, according to The Hill (December 3, 2015).

Categories: Pro-Science News

AU remembers Kitzmiller

As the tenth anniversary of the decision in Kitzmiller v. Dover approaches, Americans United for Separation of Church and State commemorated the occasion with "Science Lessons," published in the December 2015 issue of Church & State.

Categories: Pro-Science News

Remember NCSE on Giving Tuesday

The Tuesday following Thanksgiving is emerging as Giving Tuesday, a national day of charity and generosity at the beginning of the holiday season. On this Giving Tuesday — December 1, 2015 — please consider supporting NCSE and its important work to defend the integrity of science education by donating generously. (Your donations, as always, are tax-deductible!) And please share the appeal with your friends and family.

Categories: Pro-Science News

Clotting: Controlling the System

If any one of the many clotting or anti-clotting factors were absent, life would be impossible. Howard Glicksman
Categories: Anti-Science News

NCSE: Transparency in Science? That's Not Science Education!

Why withhold scientific documents, if they confirm the integrity of the scientific process? Michael Egnor
Categories: Anti-Science News

Thanksgiving Special -- Evolutionists Kick Up Heels at Recent Opinion Polls

Rachel E. Gross at Slate gives thanks that "Evolution Is Finally Winning Out Over Creationism." David Klinghoffer
Categories: Anti-Science News

What to Feel Thankful for on Thanksgiving? How About a Universe Minutely Tailored for You

That's the thesis advanced by biologist Michael Denton in the Discovery Institute documentary Privileged Species. Share it with friends and family! David Klinghoffer
Categories: Anti-Science News

From Yale Psychologist Paul Bloom, a Sweetly Naïve Love Letter to Science

Bloom argues that science has a unique status, incomparably superior to religious faith. Those who say science is itself a "faith" are wrong. David Klinghoffer
Categories: Anti-Science News

Search for Cures Focuses on Biological Information

Norwegian scientists are on the hunt for a treasure trove of healing genes. Evolution News & Views
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Denying the Signature: More on Substance Dualism

Some form of dualism may well be a properly basic belief, justified by the universal human experience. Stephen C. Meyer
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A Taxonomy of Information

Human intelligence creates stop signs to tell car drivers to stop. Nature uses TGA in the genetic code to tell translation to stop. Casey Luskin
Categories: Anti-Science News

Honoring the 41st Anniversary of the Discovery of "Lucy," Google Offers a Misleading Doodle

As a monument to human evolution, clarifying the mystery of our origins, Lucy falls short. Evolution News & Views
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Are Abstract Thoughts Just Patterns in Our Brains?

First, imagine that I am sitting at my desk looking at my dog Pipa. Michael Egnor
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Denying the Signature: Of Minds and Causes

Bishop and O'Connor claim that in Darwin's Doubt, my "analysis assumes that... mind is fundamentally immaterial." Stephen C. Meyer
Categories: Anti-Science News

An Open Letter to A.C. Grayling

Atheist philosopher A.C. Grayling has written a letter to the Aristotelian Society at Oxford. Michael Egnor
Categories: Anti-Science News

Rocket Science in a Microbe Saves the Planet

Tiny organisms manufacture rocket fuel in a reaction machine that contributes to global planetary habitability. No kidding. Evolution News & Views
Categories: Anti-Science News

For Euthanasia Fanatics, It's Never Enough

There is an insatiable logic to the euthanasia movement. Wesley J. Smith
Categories: Anti-Science News
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