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Evolutionists Could Learn a Thing from Dark Matter Physics

"When you don't know what something is, you have to consider everything," says Johns Hopkins physicist Simeon Bird. Jonathan Witt http://www.discovery.org/p/97
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Can Pigeons Read?

Much of modern research on animal "language" reminds me of a remark by one of my favorite comedians. Michael Egnor
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From Doug Axe, Here's Permission to Listen to Your Inner "Common Scientist"

"Common science," akin to common sense, is what protein chemist Douglas Axe calls an activity we've all grown up doing. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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Imagine: 60 Million Proteins in One Cell Working Together

You've heard of the genome. Get ready for the proteome. Evolution News & Views
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Discovery Institute's Jonathan Witt Enters the Controversy over Texas Science Standards

Texas is in the process of streamlining its science standards, which means that Darwinists are ringing alarm bells. Sarah Chaffee
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Did a Commenter at BioLogos Find a Damning Error in Meyer's Signature in the Cell? Nope.

There are numerous unresolved problems for the RNA World thesis. Stephen Meyer mentions many of them. Evolution News & Views
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In a New Documentary, Origin, Paul Nelson and Ann Gauger Confront the Enigma of Chemical Evolution

Scientists with no affinity for the design hypothesis admit that the odds against the first life self-assembling are horrendously steep. Evolution News & Views
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Threat of Canadian Tyranny Against Catholic Hospitals

Once euthanasia forces no longer have to contend with democracy, they show their true authoritarian colors. Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
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Notophthalmus viridescens

Panda's Thumb - Sat, 2016-10-01 17:02
Photograph by Barbara Gilman. Notophthalmus viridescens – red eft, Monroe, New York. The red eft is a juvenile stage of the eastern newt. We used to see many of them in that area, but now they have become uncommon. While we are on the subject of evolution, eft and newt, the words, share a common ancestor. The middle English word for newt was ewte, depending whose spelling you like, and I assume the double-u was... Matt Young http://www.mines.edu/~mmyoung
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Creationism reappears in Texas

Panda's Thumb - Sat, 2016-10-01 17:02
Of course, it never really disappeared, as Michael Zimmerman notes in an article in the Huffington Post this past week. I will not go into detail, but according to Professor Zimmerman, a committee of the Texas State Board of Education had voted 6-2 to remove four standards that had been added in 2009, more or less at the last minute. Suffice it to say that the standards had been supported by Don McLeroy when he... Matt Young http://www.mines.edu/~mmyoung
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Cope vs. Kansas Board of Education is appealed to Supreme Court

Panda's Thumb - Sat, 2016-10-01 17:02
NCSE informs us that Cope vs. Kansas State Board of Education, which we reported on here and here, has been appealed to the US Supreme Court. The Court of Appeals had upheld the District Court’s earlier dismissal of the case, largely on the basis of standing. Here, with permission, is NCSE’s report on the appeal: COPE et al. v. Kansas State Board of Education et al., the creationist lawsuit seeking to reverse Kansas’s 2013 decision... Matt Young http://www.mines.edu/~mmyoung
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How We Feel: The Sensation of Touch

We're now seeing attempts to mimic the natural phenomenon of touch in medical technology. Evolution News & Views
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With More Information About the Royal Society Meeting, Let's Not Boost Expectations Too High

The meeting will explore what can be done within the walls of naturalism or materialism, to fix evolutionary theory. Evolution News & Views
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A Trigger Warning for Criticisms of Darwinism?

David Moshman helps explain the threat to academic freedom that we see in the study of evolution and intelligent design. Sarah Chaffee
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Brangelina Fever Gets Its Own Darwinian Just-So Story

Darwinism is so flexible that it's able to explain almost any zoological phenomenon and its opposite. Jonathan Witt http://www.discovery.org/p/97
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Look at All that Goes into Translating a Gene

The ribosome, a wonder of the cell, translates messenger RNA into proteins. Prepare to be astonished. Evolution News & Views
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Sociological Survey Confirms the Dangers of a "Biological" View of Humanity

Over the years I have explained how scientific materialism and Darwinism have had a dehumanizing impact on us. Richard Weikart
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Three-Parent Baby Shows No Limits to Science Hubris

This could be illegal in many places, so the American doctors went to Mexico to do the procedure. Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
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Evolution's Iron Curtain

A graduate student in evolutionary biology shared some comments with me about life in the closet. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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Clergy Letter Project Scares the Public by Misrepresenting Texas Science Standards

Michael Zimmerman is concerned about saddling Texas students with "political baggage." I am too. Sarah Chaffee
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