Monthly Archives: April 2017

Postmodern Science

Bill Nye, the snake oil salesman who peddled the $200 ionator that promised to turned tap water into “ionized” water which would kill just about any bacteria has discovered another way to use [cough] science: Here’s the “pro-science” message Bill is … Continue reading

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More Threatiness from Neil deGrasse Tyson

Neil deGrasse Tyson posted a video about science and he considers it the most important words he has ever spoken. He begins by asking, “How did America rise up from a back woods country to be one of the greatest … Continue reading

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More on Atheism and Postmodernism

Previously, I commented on an essay by Helen Pluckrose in a blog entry entitled, Why the Left Will Lose to the Regressive Left.  Pluckrose must have noticed my blog entry and commented on it on her FB page: I never … Continue reading

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Memphis March for Science Splits Because of Infighting

From here: On one side are scientists who value their work for its purity, its separation from politics—illusory though that may seem under an administration that seeks to downsize the EPA, cut the NIH budget, and deny climate change. On … Continue reading

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The Atheist’s Where’s Waldo Approach

Over the years, I have shown the fatal flaws inherent in the atheists’ demand for evidence of God’s existence.  We have seen such demands completely ignore the subjective dimension of all evidence and mistakenly treat evidence as if it can … Continue reading

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Since when did the ham-handed approach become the smart approach?

Let’s consider the rationale behind Jerry Coyne’s self-image of being smarter than all theists simply because he is not a theist. Coyne wrote: And many public intellectuals—and virtually all accomplished scientists—are atheists. Why? Because there’s no credible evidence for God. … Continue reading

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Leading Atheist Activist Insists Theists are (somewhat) Stupid

  Atheist activist Jerry Coyne recently admitted something that was always fairly obvious: I don’t think one can be really smart and religious at the same time. Of course not.  Y’see, if you were “really smart,” you’d be an atheist. Coyne … Continue reading

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March for Science Further Marginalizes New Atheism

If you needed any further evidence that the “religion and science are incompatible” position of the New Atheists is a fringe belief, consider that the March for Science’s first official blog posting rejects it: The War on Science is partly … Continue reading

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Scientist Explains Why He Will Not Join “March for Science”

  The Mad Virologist explains why he will not participate in the March for Science.  It began on the MfS Facebook page: Imagine my surprise when I saw a comment in the group about science in the US being bought … Continue reading

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Politically Correct Witchhunt Causes Student to Commit Suicide

From here: If every other egregious example of a male student denied due process after being accused of sexual misconduct gets ignored – this one should not be. A male student who was accused of sexual harassment committed suicide just … Continue reading

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