Tag Archives: evolution

Superstitious Scientists

An evolutionary biologist has determined that religion, especially the “Abrahamic religions,” are superstitions. But there’s a flaw in his analysis. Continue reading


Humanism’s priest dazzles with tales of the cosmos

Cosmos by Neil deGrasse Tyson

One of the newest promotions within the priesthood of humanism’s church has apparently gone to Neil deGrasse Tyson. He has become, for now, the chief and most visible representative of the modern god of humanism.  His god is an evolved creature, one which came forth from Darwin’s god of meaningless process and climbed the chain of being to become something greater: a god of meaningful process guided by bureaucrats running government bureaucracies. Continue reading

Eternity in Hell — or eternity in Second Life?

Apple transistors

Which of those sounds better to you? To me, both might as well be one and the same. But the director of engineering at Google believes that transferring our minds into digital cyberspace will let us live forever — what he calls “digital immortality.” Continue reading

More false hopes from scientists that we can grow bone claws and break the laws of physics

Artist rendition of a new planet

Here’s another news story about the possibility of life on distant planets. These pop up every so often. It was posted at CNN.com.

This article opens by musing that “Our everyday concerns — what’s for dinner, what to update on Facebook — seem small when we consider that there’s a whole universe out there where other life may exist.” Continue reading

He swapped one word in his vocabulary and changed his entire life

mother nature

I was looking through a baby app on my phone last week and came across this peculiar sentence:

“Breast milk is nature’s most perfect food for babies. It has just the right proportion and types of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, along with almost all of the vitamins and minerals that a baby needs in the first six months of life.” Continue reading

Evidence of life on Mars?

Aliens on mars

A news article titled ‘Strongest evidence yet to there being life on Mars’ was published at the Telegraph. It paints a picture that we are on the cusp of a monumental discovery. Continue reading

Soft tissues in dinosaur bones: a closer look at the philosophical conflicts

T.Rex at the Creation museum

Dr. Schweitzer has clearly shaken up the scientific community. She tossed a controversial hand grenade into the bunker of conventional evolutionary scientific thought, and now the scientists down in the bunker are frantically grasping around trying to put the pin back in before it blows them to pieces. Continue reading