Category: Science & Technology

March 7, 2008

Prominent Scientists Debunk Global Warming

The 2008 International Conference on Climate Change, which was held at the Marriott Marquise Hotel in New York City, concluded Tuesday. It got very little coverage in the dinosaur press, even though it was a gathering of some of …

January 27, 2008

Time Mag Revives ‘Discovery’ of Christ’s ‘Tomb’ Story

In 2006, movie mogul James Cameron lent his name to a “documentary” detailing the “discovery” of the tomb of Jesus Christ and his family. The film was widely panned by archeologists, Christians, Jews and non-believers alike and the evidence of …

January 24, 2008

Biodiesel Fuel – Pros and Cons

Filed under: Science & Technology - 24 Jan 2008

Looking closely at biodiesel, we find that its physical and chemical properties are very similar to petroleum based diesel fuel in terms of operation in compression ignition engines (diesel engines). Therefore, biodiesel can be used in diesel engines without expensive …

January 20, 2008

“Darwin Day” Coming to a School Near You

Sponsored by the Institute for Humanist Studies, their website encourages that Darwin Day be celebrated at: “civic ceremonies with official proclamations, educational symposia, birthday parties, art shows, book discussions, lobby days, games, protests, and dinner parties.

January 11, 2008

A Chance to Merge Money and Mouth

It is impossible anymore to go anywhere without being followed by the Global Warming gremlin. It’s on the Radio and TV. It’s in the papers and the magazines. The folks on the Left are agonizing over the destruction being visited …

January 8, 2008

Treasury Plans Social Security Debit Card

The Direct Express debit card, set to be announced today, will be introduced in a handful of states this spring and rolled out nationwide by the end of the summer. Dallas-based Comerica Inc.’s Comerica Bank has been selected as the …

December 30, 2007

The Secret Scientific Debate On Global Warming

Filed under: Science & Technology - 30 Dec 2007

The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) gave a grim assessment of the impact of global climate change in a new report dated November 17, 2007. According to the Panel’s latest report, the build-up of carbon dioxide on Earth …

December 19, 2007

Reading the Mind Of the Body Politic

Filed under: Politics In General,Science & Technology - 19 Dec 2007

During last Sunday’s Republican presidential debate in Miami, Mitt Romney declared he was the only candidate who had stopped talking about universal health care and “actually got the job done.” Across the country, in San Francisco, five volunteers watched the …

December 12, 2007

Secularists Won’t Be Appeased By New Stem-cell Breakthrough

Recently there has been a celebrated news release, detailing a new breakthrough in stem-cell research, which may make the existing moral controversy over the use of embryonic stem-cells moot. While it’s still too early to tell if this new procedure …

November 23, 2007

The Dangers of DNA Research

Filed under: Science & Technology - 23 Nov 2007

The fields of DNA and gene manipulation research are incredibly exciting for the good that it can offer mankind. Imagine a day when the results of such research can assist mankind to treat previously untreatable diseases, maybe even prevent them? …

November 16, 2007

Kidney Shortage Inspires A Radical Idea

Amid a severe kidney-donor shortage, an idea long considered anathema in the medical community is gaining new currency: payments for people willing to give up a kidney. Should the U.S. allow people to sell their kidneys? Vote, and share your …

November 11, 2007

For Sake of Science They Abused These Girls

“Science without religion is lame; religion without science is blind.” –Albert Einstein Secularists today love to frame the religion vs. science debate as one of “superstitions” against fact as if theistic truth, morality and the spiritual aspect of humanity is …

October 25, 2007

Just One Big, Happy Family?

Filed under: Religion & Faith,Science & Technology - 25 Oct 2007

Last weekend I watched a Science Channel program moderated by an intelligent, articulate, well-educated man (a physicist) whose goal was to answer questions about “Time”. Example: In near death events, people report that everything happens in slow motion. Simulating near …

October 13, 2007

Just One Big, Happy Family?

Filed under: Religion & Faith,Science & Technology - 13 Oct 2007

Last weekend I watched a Science Channel program moderated by an intelligent, articulate, well-educated man (a physicist) whose goal was to answer questions about “Time”. Example: In near death events, people report that everything happens in slow motion. Simulating near …

October 8, 2007

When the God of Empiricism Fails – Science Blocks Its Ears

In a recent report out of one American university students were advised not to debate with creationists about the origins of life. Debates have become a great medium just to bring the latest findings of creationism to the table. Secularisms …

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