Category: Science & Technology
November 8, 2006
A group of British scientists from the Newcastle University and Kings College in London, England have asked the Human Fertilization and Embryology Authority for a three-year license to create embryos by fusing human DNA with cow eggs, according to the …
September 1, 2006
From an intellectual viewpoint, there is no inherent conflict between religion and science. Trouble comes from the efforts of atheistic materialists to hijack science.
August 29, 2006
At this year’s International AIDS Conference, former president Bill Clinton fielded criticisms that he had not “done enough” about the HIV virus. In activist-speak, this means that he didn’t throw enough of American taxpayers’ money at the problem.
August 27, 2006
Hold on there, sports fans. I am not casting aspersions on those venerable gladiators of the gridiron residing in Miami, here. No, I am talking about the fishes. You know, the ones in the seas?
August 16, 2006
The way that the media define our national debate over embryonic stem cell research is that one side represents science, while the other, by default, is anti-scientific. Some liberals have even used the issue to accuse pro-life conservatives of waging …
July 31, 2006
First, let me say that I am no more a scientist than Al Gore. I am a conservative thinker, and being so I am able to separate theory from reality and emotion from fact. This is a very important point …
July 29, 2006
Green Party parliamentarian Francisco Garrido has proposed a resolution that would affirm the “Declaration on Great Apes,” which claims rights to life and liberty on behalf of chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans. The bill is expected to pass easily, which must …
July 28, 2006
Once again, the consequences and motives of the president’s veto regarding the bill to expand embryonic stem-cell research have been grossly misrepresented. The issue is depicted as though the president deliberately invoked this issue to energize the conservative base. But …
July 26, 2006
The evolutionary model is enjoying the limelight only because it has gained a momentum that is hard to put the brakes on. Anyone who dares to think for themselves may not only put the brakes on but may indeed want …
July 17, 2006
There was an amusing story going around right after Nixon’s re-election in 1972. As the story goes a New York columnist wondered how Nixon got re-elected as that Columnist had never met anyone that voted for him. This is the …
July 16, 2006
Al Gore and Charles Darwin butt heads over a fundamental assumption. Eliminating God from the universe is the very first order of business for the liberal-socialist mind. Without God, man stands alone as the creator-god of all he surveys.
July 2, 2006
Blog-Explosion is one of those web-sites that tries to help its members enlarge the traffic that patronizes their blog. Upon joining the service, they try to steer visitors to your site and they add your site to their directory of …
June 27, 2006
Al Gore’s messianic certainty that our planet will perish without his guidance is a modern example of gnosticism. “The Da Vinci Code” movie is a purely fictional attack on Christianity employing, as part of the background material, one of …
June 23, 2006
The debate over global warming just got hotter, if you’ll pardon the pun. If you won’t pardon the pun, it’s too late for me to retract it. With the opening of “An Inconvenient Truth,” College Republicans swung into action and …
June 13, 2006
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And now for some important, scientific news, scientists say Einstein’s brain was “different” than other People’s. Ya don’t say?