Google: Darwin’s criticism of design/teleological argument Darwinism has done more to feed the design argument than anything theists could muster: as we have noted here often: natural selecti… Sour…
Some of us think panspermia gets a bad rap; that is, it is classed with “They’re OUT There!” theories about intelligent aliens. It is really a much more straightforward question whether life forms could survive extreme conditions and, in general, we are finding life in more extreme conditions all th
In China, regulations to reduce methane emissions from coal mining took full effect in 2010 and required methane to be captured or to be converted into carbon dioxide. A team of researchers set out to use atmospheric modeling and satellite data to evaluate whether these new rules actually curbed Chinese methane emissions. They found that the regulations on coal mining have not slowed the nation’s growing methane emissions over the past five years as intended.
Source: China not ‘walking the walk’ on methane emissions: Chinese regulations on coal mining have not curbed the nation’s growing methane emissions over the past five years as intended — ScienceDaily
“It’s time for state governments and Congress to step up, since it’s obvious we can’t rely on Andrew Wheeler and Trump’s EPA to protect us.”
Using brain-scanning technology, artificial intelligence, and speech synthesizers, scientists have converted brain patterns into intelligible verbal speech—an advance that could eventually give voice to those without.
1. The evidence doesn’t exist.2. The historical timelines that purportedly support it are constantly mutating.3. The theory is a complete failure as a predictive model.4. The theory is scientifically and technologically irrelevant. There are no evolutionary engineers.5. Theoretical epicycles are increasingly required to maintain its viability.6. The theory is a repeated failure as an explanatory model.7. There is a very long track record of scientific fraud surrounding it.Vox Day, “Dark stream: The descent of TENS” at Vox Popoli
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“It’s vile that a law aimed at suppressing our democratic rights and silencing those fighting for solidarity with Palestinians would even make it to the Senate floor,” declared one American Jewish