Category Archives: Creationism

How Christianity and Science Can Interact

Over the past few years, I have been writing a series of elementary science courses for home educated students. Since the courses discuss scientific concepts in chronological order, I have spent a lot of time learning the history of science. … Continue reading

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Bill Nye Couldn’t Be More Wrong!

I have probably harped on Bill Nye’s errors far too much (see here, here, here, here, here, here, and here). Partly, this is because he continues to make them, when even a small amount of self-education would fix that problem. … Continue reading

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Yes, Earth Is Unique, But This Study Doesn’t Demonstrate That!

The earth is sometimes called “the blue planet.” Just as Mars looks red when viewed from the earth, the earth looks blue when viewed from space. Why? Because of all the water. About 71% of the earth’s surface is covered … Continue reading

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The Inquisition Strikes Again

There are times when modern scientists act like members of the Inquisition. Such situations can result in people getting removed from their positions in the scientific community, courses being shut down, scientists being fired, or papers being retracted. (see here, … Continue reading

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Review of Evolution: Still A Theory in Crisis

Back in January, I read that Dr. Michael Denton was about to release a new book on evolution. I ordered it right away and started reading it as soon as I could, because I thought that his previous book, Evolution: … Continue reading

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Review of Shadow of Oz

Dr. Wayne D. Rossiter earned his Ph.D. in ecology and evolution from Rutgers University in February of 2012 and is currently an assistant professor of biology at Waynesburg University. His book, Shadow of Oz, has already caused me to write … Continue reading

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Yet Another Global Warming Alarmist Prediction Has Been Falsified

The best way to evaluate a scientific hypothesis is to use it to make predictions, which can then be compared to observations. The more the predictions line up with the observations, the more scientific merit the hypothesis has. Based on … Continue reading

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Mathematics and Science

Was mathematics discovered or invented? That might seem like an odd question, but it is an important one. I haven’t seen any official poll on the matter, but I suspect that most mathematicians, philosophers, and scientists would say that it … Continue reading

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New Study Indicates Chimp DNA is 88% Similar to Human DNA

NOTE: Based on comments below by Glenn (who is mentioned in the article) and Aceofspades25, there are questions regarding the analysis used in Dr. Tomkins’s study, upon which this article is based. Until Dr. Tomkins addresses these questions, it is … Continue reading

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Homo naledi: Human Relative? Probably Not.

PLEASE NOTE: Based on subsequent analysis, I have changed my mind on this fossil. Please find my new thoughts here. Social media has been abuzz with reports of a newly-discovered ancient relative of people. Named Homo naledi, this “new species” … Continue reading

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