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World Solar Challenge: Weather in Darwin

One very helpful input to race strategy in a solar car race is weather expertise. How much sunshine can we expect? And when can we expect it? 158 more words


My Favorite Philosopher: Darwin

For summer reading we read Sophie’s World by: Jostein Gaarder, and everyone had mixed emotions and thoughts over the book and the way it was written. 243 more words


Summer Down Under: Six Weeks in the Australian Outback

I’ll be posting my images from Australia across the next few blogs, this being the first post of (most likely) three. I’d originally intended to blog while I was traveling, the way I did in… 480 more words


America vs Science [ Robert P. Crease / Project Syndicate ]

This week, Philosopher Ropert P. Crease rudely insults well-intentioned US state and federal legislators, who are trying put into practice the theory that ignorance is bliss. 58 more words

Mark D. Linville: does Darwinian evolution make morality rational?

Have you ever heard an atheist tell you that naturalistic evolution is an answer to the moral argument? I have. And I found a good reply to this challenge in the book “ 1,202 more words


Conversation about Darwin's Dilemma with my friend, the Biologist.

Darwin’s Dilemma explores one of the great mysteries in the history of life: The geologically-sudden appearance of dozens of major complex animal types in the fossil record without any trace of the gradual transitional steps Charles Darwin had predicted… 570 more words


Freewill is to mind what chance is to matter

” Freewill is to mind what chance is to matter “ — Charles Darwin  (c 1836-1844)


I’ve often said during some of my posts about the intrinsic wonders of naturism and how it makes me think more environmentally friendly about the planet.At the same time it also makes me think even more about nature and wildlife in ever greater defining detail. 652 more words

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