Category Archives: Evolution

By the Heroes and Villains

I’ve been in this town so long that back in the city I’ve been taken for lost and gone And unknown for a long long time Heroes and Villains  Brian Wilson/Van Dyke Parks February 2014′s Scientific American contains a very … Continue reading

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Leaves of Grass

A child said, What is the grass? fetching it to me with full hands; How could I answer the child?  I do not know what it is any more than he. ..Walt Whitman I was amazed to find this week … Continue reading

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Man vs. Molecule!

“Faith is the great cop-out, the great excuse to evade the need to think and evaluate evidence. Faith is the belief in spite of, even perhaps because of, the lack of evidence.” ..Richard Dawkins In reality, faith is an element … Continue reading

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Specialist Subject: the Trivial!

It’s easy to conclude that Darwinists only solve problems which are trivial!  How many times has a comment praising some aspect of religion, or challenging some point of evolution been casually swatted away with: “God of the gaps. Solved long … Continue reading

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Knowing, and Observing

The artists of the Renaissance said man’s main concern should be for men, and yet there are other things of interest in the world. Even the artists appreciate sunsets, and the ocean waves, and the march of the stars across … Continue reading

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The Reality of Chemical Spraying: peculiar air in NATO countries!

I’m in the UK, and very new to this whole chemtrails idea, but I’m also an occasional artist and noticed over the last couple of summers that it was impossible to get a clear blue colour in the sky as … Continue reading

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Persistence Seems To Pay Off

Every now and again I read something which fills me with amazement about the stubborn, relentless persistence of the human mind. Researching the structure of dolomite, a variation of calcium carbonate which incorporates magnesium and which, because of its great … Continue reading

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What Lies Behind Evolution?

Italian geneticist Giuseppe Sermonti succinctly summed up the problem with evolution: “There never really has been a scientific theory of evolution.” As evolutionary theory continues to fall apart, the most stubborn questions refuse to go away.  How can duplication equipment … Continue reading

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The Human Race

An interesting graphic in the NY Times this morning shows the fastest Olympic sprinters since 1896: There’s a steady evolution of speed resulting in about 3 seconds over the period, but the pattern is very curious indeed.  If we discount … Continue reading

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A Penny Farthing on the M25: Darwinism Holding Back Cancer Research

If you’ve read James A Shapiro’s Evolution: A View From The 21st Century, you’ll understand that traditional evolutionists, petrified of the idea of intelligence appearing anywhere in Nature, have expressly forbidden any mention of it publicly – even though decades-old … Continue reading

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