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25 Questions for Creationists

“I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.” 293 more words

Proteins in '2-Billion-Year-Old' Rock | The Institute for Creation Research

Rock researchers highly regard Ontario’s Gunflint chert for its fresh-looking microfossils. Long ago, the chert’s microcrystalline quartz grains embedded microscopic single-celled creatures, including algae. A research team used new techniques to analyze the chemicals inside these fossil cells. 483 more words

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Peppered Moth Still Not Evolving | The Institute for Creation Research

TRUTH BOMBS: Good Article by some real thinkers

ARTICLE: Back in 2003, ICR founder Dr. Henry Morris explained a few ways evolutionists themselves criticized the use of the peppered moth as an example of evolutionary beliefs.1 New genetic research validates those criticisms. 682 more words

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Controversy Within Creation

In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. ~Genesis 1:1

The opening words in the book of Genesis are considered to be comfort for those who believe upon them. 1,224 more words

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Plagiarism (Another Perspective)

While I was attending school, I was bombarded with anti-plagiarism tools, webinars and was exposed to every possible way of duplicating or taking credit for someone else’s work. 508 more words

My reaction to Rationality: from AI to Zombies

Around a month ago, I finally managed to finish Eliezer Yudkowsky’s “Sequences”, compiled by Rob Bensinger into a book called Rationality: from AI to Zombies… 2,895 more words


Dunning-Kruger, Evangelicals, and Donald Trump

At the beginning of my article last October about vaccines, I quoted the saying “never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity”, and noted that fundamentalist religion in my experience overlaps greatly with proponents of anti-science ideas, who continue to use blatant lies and terrible logic to support their flawed hypotheses long after they’ve been proven wrong. 1,391 more words