Is Darwinism a Scientific Theory?

June 19, 2017 | Under Science | Posted by | No Comments

Tom Wolfe is a powerful thinker and writer. His books include The Electric Cool-Aid Acid Test, The Right Stuff, and Bonfire of the Vanities (the last two were adapted into motion pictures). His most recent book, The Kingdom of Speech, annihilates claims that Darwin’s theory of evolution is science: There are five standard tests for…

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June 10, 2017 | Under Science | Posted by | No Comments

I’m excited about this post. I’m also worried. Some of this is going to sound strange, to go against what you might think is firmly established, and you might reject it without considering the evidence. Please keep an open mind and let’s see where modern science takes us. When I was a kid, I was…

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Courting Cephalopods

June 5, 2017 | Under Science | Posted by | No Comments

Researchers from Taiwan have uncovered a complex system of communication among oval squid in the East China Sea. This last month from Science Daily: The animals make use of naturally occurring chromatic components, which are stored within their bodies. They use these to paint their skin with lines, spots and stripes, of varying shades and…

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May 27, 2017 | Under Science | Posted by | No Comments

Why does the universe exist? Have time and space and matter/energy always existed, back to an infinite past, or were they created by some process or being? In the last century science has begun to shed light on these age-old questions. For thousands of years most people thought the universe had always existed. That was…

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May 9, 2017 | Under Science | Posted by | No Comments

The fine-tuning of the universe may be, for many, the most persuasive evidence for God. Fine-tuning is accepted by almost all top scientists, and you don’t have to deal with the fanatics of Darwinism. In this post I return to fine-tuning and why God is the only plausible explanation. If you want to challenge an…

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