James Delingpole’s 152nd way to Drive a Liberal Crazy:
#152. Announce you’ve been boycotting Wikipedia ever since you discovered that its supposedly neutral entries have been hijacked by leftists and eco-fascists. From now on you’ll rely on the only online encyclopedia that tells it straight: Conservapedia.
Conservapedia tells it straight? Read this Conservapedia entry for [...]
Lots of Watches breaks down the analogy until it falls into little bitty pieces:
If I came upon a watch, i would assume it had a maker.
Unless I saw lots and lots of watches. All different types of watches. And these watches were all running around, doing lots of interesting things.
And if 2 [...]
How can evolution be taught over creationism in the public schools when there are no transitional forms?
We should be clear about this: If Darwin’s Theory is correct, we should be able to find a well defined trail of fossils that clearly show the gradual, very slow change of distant ancestors to man. Simply put, [...]
Four years ago, I got my very own personally-signed copy of Jim Pinkoski’s book, A Creationist’s View of the Dinosaurs and the Theory of Evolution. This unintentionally hilarious book spins and twists and pirhouettes in an effort to rectify an account of Biblical creation with the observable reality in front of us. Essential to each [...]
Sarah Palin is a grandmother, and she’s still accepting beliefs from elders without critically examining them to make sure that they make sense. Palin has failed to advance beyond the reasoning abilities of a child in elementary school. [...]
“It points to
the absence of any
Australopithecus Afarensis (Lucy specimen)
species to species transitional forms
Homo Ergaster skull
Homo Heidelbergensis Skull
in the fossil record.”
Kirk Cameron, last known transitional form among fossils
– Kirk Cameron, paleontologist, creationist, homo sapiens
What most people don’t realize is that, with the right combination of mutations, swine could evolve the ability to disassemble into microscopic, single-celled versions of their current selves. Those new organisms would be prime candidates for the development of pathogenic characteristics. [...]
Say that five times fast.
2008 Republican Presidential Candidate and former Congressman Tom Tancredo will be an invited speaker at the 2009 Constitution Party national committee meeting on October 23, 2009. Former Representative Tancredo has just started working on his speech, so we can’t say for sure what will come out of his mouth, but [...]
These fossils could be the first evidence of that very early link between the worlds of microbes and megafauna… or they could be not any kind of fossils at all. [...]
Charles Darwin found a meaning in life and a meaning in death, and a meaning in the recreation of life. Furthermore, he based his search for this meaning not on hallucinations or imaginations, but on the facts of the world as he explored it. [...]
Celebrations of Charles Darwin’s birth aren’t just planned in virtual online space or on La-Dee-Da Ivy League quadrangles.
The University of Nebraska at Lincoln is celebrating the 200th birth of Charles Darwin all spring long with a public lecture series, an art show and a three-day interdisciplinary symposium. The efforts are being organized [...]