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Judge-Approved Mercy Murder Comes to South Africa

This is precisely how the horrors of the Netherlands were unleashed. Unless stopped on appeal, it will be worse in South Africa. Wesley J. Smith
Categories: Anti-Science News

More on the White Space in Evolutionary Thinking: A Critic Responds to How to Build a Worm

Curiously, the blast from biologist and blogger PZ Myers avoids engaging Discovery Institute's Paul Nelson on teleology except to flatly deny it. Ann Gauger
Categories: Anti-Science News

Solving the Problem of Iron: Acquisition, Transport, and Control

It's the iron (Fe) in the hemoglobin molecule to which O2 actually attaches and enables it to be transported in the blood. Howard Glicksman
Categories: Anti-Science News

RNCSE 35:3 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. 

Categories: Pro-Science News

Net Neutrality and Irony Meter Implosion

W.R. Elsberry's The Austringer - Fri, 2015-05-01 12:58
In looking up commentary on net neutrality, I found Kool-Aid chugger Chris Harris. (I was actually looking for “Logan Albright”, and found Harris as an inveterate quoter of Albright.) Amidst a bunch of other hogwash, Harris makes a plea to consider the ISPs: Some dissenters against “Net Neutrality” are most concerned with the free-market implications […]
Categories: Pro-Science News

NCSE in Denial101x

John Cook

A just-launched first-of-its-kind massive open online course on climate change denial, "Making Sense of Climate Science Denial," is already reaching over ten thousand people around the world — and NCSE is represented. 

Categories: Pro-Science News

First Steps Are Toughest? Not When It Comes to the Origin of Life

The theory of first steps may be true of quitting cigarettes or going on a diet. Evolution News & Views
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How Cells Keep Right-Handed Amino Acids Out

Without this "homochirality," proteins would never fold properly into functional structures, thus posing another chicken-and-egg problem for origin-of-life research. Evolution News & Views
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New Book on "Junk DNA" Surveys the Functions of Non-Coding DNA

What Discovery Institute biologist Jonathan Wells calls the "myth of junk DNA," long a favorite with advocates of unguided evolution, isn't quite dead and buried. Casey Luskin
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Listen: Why Vertebrate Embryos Stick in Darwinism's Craw

Casey Luskin discusses differences between vertebrate embryos and how they contradict the predictions of common ancestry. Evolution News & Views
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Imagine a World of Religions that Naturalism Might Indeed Be Able to Explain

Cognitive scientist Steven Pinker recently told CNN, "We don't throw virgins into volcanoes any more." No? Why not? Denyse O'Leary
Categories: Anti-Science News

Dear Grandma, Aren't You Ready to Die Yet?

We can't have expensive old people hanging around using up resources (that their enterprise and hard work helped generate!). Wesley J. Smith
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Developments from the Study of Cells and Molecular Machines

Here's an update on science news about the workings of living cells. Evolution News & Views
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These Critics of Intelligent Design Agree with Us More Than They Seem to Realize

Conservation of information shows that either design or the original configuration of the universe must account for the complexity of life. Winston Ewert
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Habeas Chimpus: A Report from Stony Brook University

The granting of personhood to animals will lower the status of persons more than it will raise the status of animals. Michael Egnor
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Transhumanist Claims Aside, Enhancing Human Intelligence Isn't on the Horizon

First of all, human memory is not computer storage. Erik J. Larson
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Listen: Answering the Objection that Intelligent Design Isn't Science

Launching a new series at IDTF, Andrew McDiarmid addresses an often-heard claim. Evolution News & Views
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How the Body Solves the Problem of Oxygen Transport

When a person's level of hemoglobin drops below the normal range, the result is anemia. Howard Glicksman
Categories: Anti-Science News

A Transhumanist Asks, "Why Not Be Superheroes?"

It's worth considering. With regard to human enhancement, where should the line be drawn? Erik J. Larson
Categories: Anti-Science News

Are the Ediacarans Transitional Forms for the Cambrian Explosion?

Attempts to find a Cambrian fuse in the Ediacaran animals are less than convincing. Evolution News & Views
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