Will we all meet up at the Big Bang? Don’t rule it out.
Um, yes. A lot of people who want, for whatever reason, to survive and thrive, are going to have a lot of questions hereafter about the thousand shrieking heads of “consensus science.”Before, it wasn’t about anything that mattered so much to us. But, surveying the ruins now…
Sheldon:Well, like most astronomy press releases in the past decade, it is 3/4 hype, and 1/4 data, and it has nothing to do with dark matter. Since many people never read beyond the headline, the title is written to be as provocative as possible without outright lying.
Egnor: It’s sobering to note that neuroscience has utterly failed to explain how the brain and mind relate. It is as if cosmology had failed to tell us anything meaningful about the universe; or medical science failed to tell us anything about health and disease; or geology failed to tell us anything about rocks.
Preisser: Actually, this experiment runs counter to what one ought to expect if the evolutionary paradigm were actually true.
The logic behind the examples of bad design as evidence against ID, is that if a feature in nature has flaws, it cannot have been intelligently designed. The same logic, applied to the old Jaguar I once owned, would imply that it was not designed.
Ah yes. Mutterings about the need for censorship. When we don’t have a reasonable response to a troubling topic, first, we self-censor. Then we censor anyone who raises it. Sure, guys. That’ll work. The questions are still there but only for those capable of addressing them.
Dr Zelenko expects to be in publication along with some German colleagues, in about two weeks. In the following video (pardon quality issues): . . . he asks, in effect, isn’t it standard to treat a disease as early as possible, so why the strange difference here? He makes a comparison to how a fire Read More…
It sounds like he really believes it. Well that might be the world as Martin Rees needs to see it.
Because of environment concern today, species are often reported as extinct that actually aren’t. They just stay out of the way of humans.
Suzan Mazur notes that the Khan Academy has tended to promote natural selection as “evolution” generally.
If even the splitting of mammalian germ cells is not certain… maybe the 21st century would be better suited to questions in science than answers. It’s easier to get good answers when we have enough knowledge to get the questions right.
Many of us try to stay well clear of the COVID crazy but this rabbi certainly speaks for many when he dares to question a bit of the crazy, shouting out a warning about “science”
The worst part of witch hunts in science is that they so often involve controversies over words without precise definitions,
Strobel goes on to talk about other apparently confirmed cases.