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Christine O’Donnell Says That Young Earth Biblical Creationism Has as Much Evidence Supporting It as Evolution Has
The GOP’s Delaware Senate nominee, Christine O’Donnell, has a history of saying rather ridiculous things about matters of science. Here, for example, is something that she said on CNN about the merits of reading Genesis chapter 1 literally, and how … Continue reading
When it comes right down to it, the tensions between science and biblical literalism boil down to epistemology: how do we go about knowing things, and when is it reasonable to say, “I know something”? In this, the scientist, in his or … Continue reading
On the question of whether the United States is headed for an inflationary period or a deflationary period, highly trained economists are divided. This today at the Economist: Last week, we launched our economics channel with a debate on whether inflation … Continue reading
Teach the controversy? I love the science-and-religion-in-harmony diorama at the 1:20 mark. Did you catch it? It has two smiling scientists and a priest glibly declaring—“We can all agree”—as a meteor hurdles toward Earth.
Canadian Atheist Visits the Young Earth Creationist Museum in Kentucky and is Asked to Turn His “There’s Probably No God” Shirt Inside Out Before Entering
Then towards the end of the exhibit, because he and his buddies were laughing at the displays, they asked him to leave: I’m of two minds about this. First, the museum is completely private property and those who own it … Continue reading
Ali G cuts through whole loads of crap:
The Dalai Lama on the relation of his religion to science: If science proves some belief of Buddhism wrong, then Buddhism will have to change. In my view, science and Buddhism share a search for the truth and for understanding … Continue reading
See the Panda’s Thumb’s take on this question here.