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  • Ken Ham / Bill Nye Debate Analysis

    In a well publicized debate at the Answers in Genesis Creation Museum Ken Ham debated Bill Nye ‘The Science Guy’ on the topic, “Is creation a viable model of origins in a modern scientific age?” This video analyses the debate … Continue reading

  • Are We Evolving Stupidity?

    Are we dumber than our grandparents? Social psychologists are tracking IQ scores and noticed a decline in the last decade after a steady rise since the 1950s. Some wonder if the recent downturn reflects genes that have been eroding all … Continue reading

  • Adhesive inspired by mussels is strongest ever created

    Mussels are very skilled at sticking to things that are generally viewed as slimy and un-adherable. MIT researchers have created an adhesive based on the mussel that may be even stronger. According to Daily Digest News, “The researchers took the … Continue reading

  • Jane Goodall among the flood of activists at NYC’s Climate March

    More than 310,000 people participated in People’s Climate March in New York City, making it the largest climate rally in history. They were joined by hundreds of thousands of other people who marched in similar events in 156 countries. Fusion’s … Continue reading

  • Fourth-grader plays major role in effort to save the monarch butterfly

    On a recent afternoon, the dining room of the Steadman family’s stately home in South Riding was filled with books, notepads, family photos — and roughly 200 insects. Atop a wooden cabinet, a large net enclosure was filled with bunches … Continue reading

  • Mormonism … rooted in evolution?

    The knock at the door was followed by a familiar sight as two smiling, formally dressed young men with name badges said “Hello”. Their identification as Elder such-and-such confirmed my notion that they were Mormons. Wanting to ‘cut to the … Continue reading

  • Bible May Solve Colossal Ancient Iceberg Riddle

    What is the recipe for making an iceberg? Scientists know the basics from watching polar-ice sheets. Huge chunks calve, slide off, and float away as icebergs. But that’s for modern icebergs. New research reveals evidence of ancient icebergs that would … Continue reading

  • MAVEN space probe to reach Mars this weekend

    After a 10-month, 442-million-mile-long interplanetary journey, MAVEN, one of NASA’s newest space probes, will take a bit of respite. No, MAVEN isn’t being decommissioned. But on Sunday, the spacecraft will be inserted into Martian orbit, and to some extent gravity … Continue reading

  • Sierra Leone Braces for Three-Day Ebola Lockdown

    In her free time Isha Turay, an 18-year-old Sierra Leonean student, sells vegetables on Malama Thomas Street in the heart of the bustling capital, Freetown, so that she and her siblings can eat. But for three days, starting at midnight … Continue reading

  • Murder ‘comes naturally’ to chimpanzees

    A major study suggests that killing among chimpanzees results from normal competition, not human interference. Apart from humans, chimpanzees are the only primates known to gang up on their neighbours with lethal results – but primatologists have long disagreed about … Continue reading

  • Evolution in the Second Reich

    This year is the centenary of the beginning of what would become the bloodiest war in history up to that time. Thus at the time, it was called ‘the Great War’. The astronomical cost in life was meant to deter … Continue reading

  • Dual-Gene Codes Defy Evolution…Again

    Discoveries of DNA sequence that contain different languages, each one with multiple purposes, are utterly defying evolutionary predictions. What was once hailed as redundant code is proving to be key in protein production. Proteins are made of strings of amino … Continue reading

  • Found at last: Franklin expedition ship lost in 1845

    Canada has found one of the two sunken British ships from Sir John Franklin’s 1845 expedition that disappeared in the Arctic, parts of the deck and mainmast intact. The wreck was discovered about 36 feet below the surface in Queen … Continue reading

  • Study: Early Earth was much like it is now

    Typically, the mention of a very early planet Earth (500 million or so years after it formed) brings to mind hellish landscapes – fire and brimstone, desolation, etc. It appears now that such imagery just isn’t true. According to scientists … Continue reading

  • Texas proposes textbooks that deny manmade climate change

    Texas has proposed re-writing school text books to incorporate passages denying the existence of climate change and promoting the discredited views of an ultra-conservative think tank. The proposed text books – which come up for public hearing at the Texas … Continue reading

  • Woman born without a cerebellum baffles doctors

    A woman in China has stunned doctors after a trip to the emergency room for dizziness and nausea revealed that a key part of her brain was missing. It appears the woman was born without a cerebellum, a small but … Continue reading

  • The Oscar Pistorius trial and the role of forensic bias

    The trial of South African Olympic and Paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius, charged with the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, has received a great deal of international media coverage recently. The judge1 in the case allowed the proceedings to be … Continue reading

  • Ancient ‘dragon’ beast flew right out of ‘Avatar’

    A sprawling ancient flying reptile looked so much like a dragon that could have flown alongside the aerial predators called “ikran” in the film “Avatar” that its discoverers named the newfound beast after these mountain banshees. The pterosaur, now called … Continue reading

  • What does an atom sound like?

    Researchers have used sound to communicate with an artificial atom, demonstrating phenomena in quantum physics using sound rather than light. The interaction between atoms and light has been studied extensively but making acoustic waves couple to an artificial atom is … Continue reading

  • Strong Solar Storm Expected to Hit Earth

    It’s storming outside — but we’re not talking about thunder and rain. The energy from two back-to-back coronal mass ejections hit Earth today as expected, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Coronal mass ejections are bursts of radiation … Continue reading

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