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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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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Thyroid Function: When Real Numbers Don't Add Up

The thyroid function of our earliest ancestors must have followed the Goldilocks principle by being just right so they could survive. Howard Glicksman
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Evolution in Kindergarten

Experimenting with children's natural mental inclinations to bring about a predetermined conclusion -- sounds like brainwashing, doesn't it? Sarah Chaffee
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Now It's Bill Nye the "Jailing Science Skeptics as War Criminals" Guy

Absurd habits of thinking can collapse on themselves, suddenly, like the Dutch tulip mania of the 17th century. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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A Monarch-Like Wonder from Mountains Down Under

Australia's migratory moth points to realities of superfluous design. Evolution News & Views
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Is the Market for Articles that Ask "Is Intelligent Design Dead?" Dead?

Evidently not, because atheists and theistic evolutionists keep pumping them out, as they've done for ten years now since the Dover decision. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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A decision in the COPE appeal

The creationist lawsuit seeking to reverse Kansas's 2013 decision to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards on the grounds that the state thereby "establish[ed] and endorse[d] a non-theistic religious worldview" failed again on April 19, 2016, when the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the district court's dismissal of the case, COPE et al. v. Kansas State Board of Education et al.

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Vacation creationism bill dies in Kentucky

Kentucky's Senate Bill 50 (PDF) died in the House Education Committee when the legislature adjourned on April 15, 2016. The bill would have extended the duration of summer vacation in the state's public schools in order to boost tourism — including to a creationist attraction. 

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Furor over creationism in Poland

A controversy is smoldering over the distribution of a creationist book to schools in Poland. According to Gazeta Wyborcza (March 2, 2016), unsolicited copies of Maciej Giertych's Ewolucja, Dewolucja, Nauka (Evolution, Devolution, Science) were sent to the biology teachers in public and private secondary schools across the country in early 2016.

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Attacus atlas

Panda's Thumb - Tue, 2016-04-12 01:25
Photograph by Diogenes. Photography contest, Honorable Mention. Attacus atlas – Atlas moth. This specimen is a captive male at the Museum of the Academy of Natural History of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.... Matt Young http://www.mines.edu/~mmyoung
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Keeping Cool, Warming Up: Appreciating the Body's Temperature Control System

The system our body uses to control its core temperature demonstrates irreducible complexity. Howard Glicksman
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In the NY Times, Primatologist Frans de Waal Takes a Swing at Human Exceptionalism

If we demote ourselves into just another animal in the forest, that is precisely how we will act. Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
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