An Earth-sized planet has been found in the habitable zone of a nearby star 

Ravi Kumar Kopparapu, NASAA few months ago a group of NASA exoplanet astronomers, who are in the business of discovering planets around other stars, called me into a secret meeting to tell me about a planet that had captured their interest. Because my expertise lies in modeling the climate of ex

Source: An Earth-sized planet has been found in the habitable zone of a nearby star – Alternet.org

Gertrude Himmelfarb (1922–2019) cut loose from the Darwin parade before it was fashionable 

Himmelfarb: Darwin usually engaged in rhetorical sleight-of-hand where “possibilities were promoted into probabilities, and probabilities into certainties, so ignorance itself was raised to a position only once removed from certain knowledge” (p. 335)

Source: Gertrude Himmelfarb (1922–2019) cut loose from the Darwin parade before it was fashionable | Uncommon Descent

#1 of Our Top Stories of 2019: Informed by Discovery Authors, Yale’s David Gelernter Rejects Darwinism 

He credits reading Meyer’s book as the primary cause of his rejecting neo-Darwinian evolution, a “brilliant and beautiful scientific theory” now overtaken by science.

Source: #1 of Our Top Stories of 2019: Informed by Discovery Authors, Yale’s David Gelernter Rejects Darwinism | Evolution News

Jerry Coyne is distressed by National Geographic going all “woo” 

In general, National Geographic dances to Jerry Coyne’s tune where evolution is concerned and the decline he reports, if real, has continued during that same period. The only thing we really know is that the internet has drop kicked almost all magazines.

Source: Jerry Coyne is distressed by National Geographic going all “woo” | Uncommon Descent

Welcome to the Brave New World of “Science” 

by Emily MoralesJanuary 1, 2020It’s a pretty scary thing when the world of respected science is turned on its head due to adherence and homage to the Idols of the Marketplace, as elucidated by 17th century statesman, Francis Bacon.Francis Bacon, credited as the “father” of the scientific method,

Source: Welcome to the Brave New World of “Science” | Uncommon Descent