Category: Science & Technology

August 19, 2007

The Land of Must-Have-Been

Recent news stories about the inconvenient truth of fossil discoveries in Africa illustrate the hypothetical guesswork in Darwinian evolution that passes for science. Extracts from coverage by the New York Times, hardly an unfriendly voice for atheistic materialism, are representative:

May 13, 2007

An Omnipresent Loving God And One King Herod

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

God once again alerts mankind of His existence. In Jerusalem an Israeli archaeologist believes that he discovered remnants of the tomb of King Herod among artifacts in the Judean Desert. The archaeologist’s findings are located in the area where the …

February 28, 2007

Rational Evolutionary Hypothesis?

Filed under: Religion & Faith,Science & Technology - 28 Feb 2007

Evolutionists make truly wild assumptions to fill the gaps in their hypotheses. Check out Richard Dawkins’s thesis that DNA originated spontaneously in inorganic mud crystals.

February 14, 2007

The Temperature Also Rises

With the issuing of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report on February 2, waxing climactic about the climatic is the order of the day. The esteemed, government-funded scientists with no agenda who rendered the study inform us …

February 13, 2007

Alarmists On A Hot Tin Roof: Global Warming Psychology

Filed under: Politics In General,Science & Technology - 13 Feb 2007

An issue that has garnered much attention lately, in between the media bites about Iraq and the salacious lives of celebrities, is the controversy over global warming. Both the pro and the con side consider their opponents the heretical misfits …

February 11, 2007

Global Warming: Just Another Liberal Orthodoxy

An astounding range of absurd ideas have been incorporated into the “mainstream” of modern America, based not on any inherent merit, but rather on the benefits to liberalism that can be derived from them. So much of today’s “conventional wisdom” …

February 10, 2007

British Accent – The only difference Between Madalyn O’Hair and Richard Dawkins

Filed under: Religion & Faith,Science & Technology - 10 Feb 2007

Richard Dawkins not surprisingly is emerging as the world’s most famous atheist at a time when the fundamentalism of secular science is in debut.

Twenty-Four Years Later, It’s “Star Wars” to the Rescue

For on March 23, 1983, President Ronald Reagan revealed to the American people his vision for the nation’s protection by asking this question:

February 7, 2007

Highlighting Leftist Activism on Web … No Mention of Conservatives

Ain’t technology wunnerful? I mean, it saves all that wear and tear on the VW Mini-Bus, saves the trees that would otherwise be cut down for anti-war signs, the paint, the tye-dying of shirts, the buying of sandals…

“He Played On Our Fears” Al Gore And Global Warming

“He betrayed this country!” Al Gore shouted into the microphone at a rally of Tennessee Democrats “He played on our fears.” Some believe that Al Gore is using junk science for political traction, while frightening many school age children …

February 3, 2007

Alberta: America’s New Best Friend

President Kennedy said it. Nixon, too. As well as Ford, Carter, Reagan, Clinton, and both Bushes. As far back as the days of Ike in the White House the promise to lessen the United State’s dependence on foreign oil has …

December 31, 2006

A Perfect Example of Global Warming Hysteria

Chicken Little yelled, “Help! Help! The sky is falling!” Our frightened Chicken could well be a “journalist” writing about Global warming, or a former Vice-President that can’t find anything else to do with his time. The hysteria that …

December 19, 2006

Murdering Babies for Stem Cell ‘Research’

Well, here is the nightmare scenario that every right to life, Conservative has warned about when a society so disrespects life that it begins harvesting human cells and parts for “science” and medicine. Healthy new-born babies may have been …

December 2, 2006

Here Comes Nebby Government Again

Filed under: American Government,Science & Technology - 02 Dec 2006

Call me crazy, but I don’t worry that much about “global warming” much less how us pitiful humans are supposedly making the Earth heat up. Maybe it’s just knowing that over the millennia since the Earth was born it …

November 29, 2006

Utilitarianism-The New Evil

Filed under: Science & Technology - 29 Nov 2006

“If you can breed cattle for milk yield, horses for running speed, and dogs for herding skill, why on Earth should it be impossible to breed humans for mathematical, musical or athletic ability?” Quite a quote isn’t it? Pretty …

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