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Daily Archives: January 10, 2010
Dan Buettner has been thinking about longevity issues for a long time, and here’s a digest of his ideas via TED TV:
Accomodationists v. Obnoxionists: Physicist Sean Carroll Coins a New Term in Reply to Those New Atheists Who Call Him a “Faitheist”
For the New Atheists, physicist Sean Carroll suggests the word “obnoxionists”: The irony is that the pro-obnoxious crowd (obnoxionists?) is ultimately making the same mistake as the accommodationist crowd. Namely: blurring the lines between the truth of a claim and … Continue reading
. . . . . . . . Beneath a dormant tree in brown eggshell crisp leaves a child found a white branch with a red blossom. . The branch bent at its middle and the child, to hold … Continue reading
Evolutionary biologist, Francisco Ayala of UC Irvine, read Stephen Meyer’s Signature in the Cell (2009), and raises some interesting issues and asks some rather telling questions: The human genome includes about twenty-five thousand genes and lots of other (mostly short) … Continue reading
Why Evolution Isn’t True? With Tetrapod Tracks Predating Tiktaalik, the Origin of Land Animals Just Got More Perplexing
And the ID people are crowing. What happened? Well, just some tetrapod tracks that are way, way too early in the fossil record—predating even Tiktaalik. Tetrapods, you see, are vertebrates with limbs, but they don’t have fins. Tiktaalik is not even a tetrapod, … Continue reading