Thursday, September 26, 2013

The Al Gore Armaggedon-Ready-For A Fried Planet Countdown Clock

Rush Limbaugh booking photo from his arrest in...
Rush Limbaugh booking photo from his arrest in 2006. These charges were eventually dropped by the local prosecutor. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I just stumbled across Rush Limbaugh's Al Gore Armaggedon Countdown Clock.

I remember a few years back Al gave us I think it was five years to get our act together and I thought, "great, just five more years of having to listen to this and then it will be too late to do anything". Shades of On the Beach!

Well, Limbaugh has a clock that's keeping track. The amount of time scarists give us to throw billions at the problem and for governments to regulate our lifestyles is always 5 or 10 years out, isn't it?

And that's the way the two-years, 127 days, and counting Ball bounces.
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Monday, September 23, 2013

Friday, September 20, 2013

Will Stephen Meyer’s Darwin’s Doubt be “the most despised science book” of 2013?

Tom Bethel over at American Spectator asks: "Will Stephen Meyer’s Darwin’s Doubt be “the most despised science book” of 2013?"

Along with the attacks, we find more and more biologists recognizing that intelligent design (ID) is a serious endeavor. Meyer’s book has been praised by George Church, a professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School; Scott Turner, a professor of biology at SUNY; Russell Carlson, a professor of biochemistry at the University of Georgia and a dozen others. George Gilder, most recently the author of Knowledge and Power, calls Darwin’s Doubt “the best science book ever written.” 
This much is clear: The Darwinists cannot live with ID as their enemy. They can easily co-exist with creationism, but that came from the Bible, which can be dismissed in our secular age. They rage at ID, on the other hand, because it challenges them in what they have seen as their strong suit: Science.

So which is it? The "most despised science book of 2013" or "the best science book ever written"?

Read the article here.

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Saturday, September 07, 2013

The Darwinian Ideological Juggernaut Marches on...

A phylogenetic tree of living things.
A phylogenetic tree of living things. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Speaking of juggernauts...

 This time it's the Darwinians - "How the Scientific Consensus Is Maintained -- and How It Can Be Challenged".

What is common to both the Gay and Darwinian Juggernauts is their intense, politicized intolerance of dissent, however reasonable and rational.

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Thursday, September 05, 2013

The Gay Juggernaut Ideology Bandwagon™ Marches On

... the APA’s actual statements on the subject of sexual reorientation therapy do a great deal to undermine the conclusion that the New Jersey legislature and Gov. Christie reached.

Before you jump on the Gay Juggernaut Ideology Bandwagon™ give this article from First Things a read. One can easily conclude that the gay juggernaut is irrational and oppressive, and being eagerly swallowed by compliant politicians and "right-thinkers" everywhere.
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"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"