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That's a Tough Tardigrade

Picture being frozen solid for thirty years, then defrosted, and feeling fine. Now try account for that power in evolutionary terms. David Klinghoffer
Categories: Anti-Science News

The Physics of Intelligent Design

David Snoke discusses the "physicality of information" and a frequently encountered stumbling block in dialogues with theistic evolutionists. David Klinghoffer
Categories: Anti-Science News

Physicist David Snoke on Denton's Evolution: Still a Theory in Crisis

Dr. Snoke's comments as a physicist are particularly helpful and illuminating. David Klinghoffer
Categories: Anti-Science News

The Great Cambrian Whitewash

One can only dunk the opposition to a viewpoint for so long. Sooner or later, the critique will come up for air. Evolution News & Views
Categories: Anti-Science News

Stephen Meyer Meets Lawrence Krauss, and More -- March Is Going to Be Interesting

Here come four exciting discussions of science against the backdrop of ultimate questions about humankind's place in the universe. Evolution News & Views
Categories: Anti-Science News

Count on It: Bach, Biology, and the Baroque

Perhaps the parallel between what Michael Denton calls "non-adaptive order" in biology, and the art of the Baroque, goes a little further. David Klinghoffer
Categories: Anti-Science News

Mississippi Legislators Should Drop Academic Freedom Bill or Make Clear It Doesn't Permit Creationism

To clear up confusion about HB 50, Discovery Institute has sent a letter to the Mississippi House Education Committee. Sarah Chaffee
Categories: Anti-Science News

Nature's Dis-Continuum: Why Structural Explanations Win Hands Down

There is no reason for believing the major Type-defining homologs, such as the feather, were achieved gradually via functional continuums. Michael Denton
Categories: Anti-Science News

You Are What You Eat: The Beginnings of the Digestive Process

To digest and absorb life's necessary nutrients, the gastrointestinal system depends on many parts working together. Howard Glicksman
Categories: Anti-Science News

Antiscience bill in Mississippi dies

Mississippi's House Bill 50, whose principal sponsor acknowledged was intended to allow teachers in the public schools to present creationism, died in the House Education Committee on February 23, 2016, when a deadline for bills to be reported out of committee expired.

Categories: Pro-Science News

New and Old Eugenics United by Rejecting Human Exceptionalism

Buck v. Bell was one of the most pernicious Supreme Court decisions ever written. Wesley J. Smith
Categories: Anti-Science News

Is It a "Pumpjack"? An "Unsewing" Machine? In Search of the Right Metaphor for a New Molecular Wonder

It's mind-boggling. Could humans duplicate every part of a factory while it is in full operation? Evolution News & Views
Categories: Anti-Science News

What Should We Make of Gravity-Wave Detection?

The gravity waves detected at LIGO were produced by the collision of black holes about a billion years ago. Bruce Gordon
Categories: Anti-Science News

What's Wrong with the Terms "Anti-Science" and "Anti-Evolution"?

A colleague forwards to me a confused article dealing with "antievolution state laws," aka academic freedom legislation. David Klinghoffer
Categories: Anti-Science News

Anti-NGSS bill in Iowa dies

House File 2054, which, if enacted, would have reversed Iowa's decision to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards, died in committee on February 19, 2016, when a deadline for bills to be reported out of committee expired. The NGSS's treatment of evolution and climate change appears to have been part of the motivation for the bill.

Categories: Pro-Science News

Polling climate in Alaska

"Three-quarters of Alaskans are sold on the existence and seriousness of global warming, but far fewer are convinced that it's caused by human activity, according to a poll commissioned by Alaska Dispatch News," reports Alaska Dispatch News (February 13, 2016).

Categories: Pro-Science News

NCSE and the Grand Canyon 2016

Explore the Grand Canyon with NCSE! Reservations are still available for NCSE's next excursion to the Grand Canyon — as featured in the documentary No Dinosaurs in Heaven. From June 30 to July 8, 2016, NCSE will again explore the wonders of creation and evolution on a Grand Canyon river run conducted by NCSE's Steve Newton and Josh Rosenau. 

Categories: Pro-Science News

Sage Grouse: The Love-Hate Thing Goes On

W.R. Elsberry's The Austringer - Fri, 2016-02-19 14:09
Out west, there is a problem. Sage grouse, those iconic sage desert birds, have long had declining populations, mostly due to habitat loss and human-related disturbance. Due to the distribution of sage grouse and the land use in the region, if sage grouse receive endangered species status, it will mean the curtailment of a lot… Read More »
Categories: Pro-Science News

Another Hawk-Killer in Court

W.R. Elsberry's The Austringer - Fri, 2016-02-19 13:00
Why am I not surprised this jerk was a pigeon fancier? Prosecutors say Kapusta and another person are pigeon-racing enthusiasts who killed the predatory hawks because they saw them as threats to their pigeons.
Categories: Pro-Science News

What Graduates of Our Summer Seminars Say

I've been reviewing some of the comments we received from graduates of last year's Seminars. They are just great. David Klinghoffer
Categories: Anti-Science News
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