Archive for Science

Stuff Going On — 04/22/2017

Posted in For Free Trade, For God with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 22, 2017 by cavalier973

♠ France is having elections tomorrow. The Female French Donald Trump seems to be doing well.

♣ The Drudge Report reports on power outages yesterday in San Francisco, New York, and at the Los Angeles International Airport. Drudge links to zerohedge, which does not in turn link to the original stories. I found the news reports Here, Here, and Here.

If you noticed I didn’t post a link for the Los Angeles Airport (LAX) power outage, it is because I could not find a news report about it. There was a power outage at LAX back in December, though.

According to the site, the LAX power outages were reported by people on Twitter.

Pre-Columbian American Chickens and Scientific Consensus.

An excerpt: “The funny thing is that chicken bones have been found in archaeological dig sites through out North America for decades and because of Scientific Consensus, these artifacts were invariably thrown away as site contamination.  The archaeologists who found them deeply resented doing so because it meant the rest of their finds would now be under a question mark.”

President Trump says he will reveal his Tax Cut Plan next week. I hope it is as good as the tax cut plan I reviewed back during the Presidential Campaign.

The Most Oft-repeated Statement in Hell

Posted in For God, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on February 12, 2016 by cavalier973

The most oft-repeated statement in Hell is, I suspect: “How could I have been so stupid?”

Today the Darwinoids celebrate the birth of the silly man who adopted silly ideas and put them out as “science”.


Darwinoid Forum Debate Tactics

Posted in For God with tags , , , , , on March 2, 2015 by cavalier973

The article is here on creationwiki.

Dino DNA

Posted in For God with tags , , , , , on December 24, 2014 by cavalier973

‘Bio-film! It’s bio-film!’ Desperate for an answer to this damning evidence some evolutionists claimed that the blood vessels that Dr Schweitzer had found were simply bio-film (a product of more recent bacterial action).12 This was sometimes shouted out during CMI presentations by skeptics, and anticreationist blog sites and chat rooms would give this as the ‘go-to’ answer when creationists raised the topic.

But, even if the blood vessels had been bio-film, this could hardly have explained the presence of proteins and DNA.13 In any case, though, ‘bio-film’ only rarely gets trotted out in more recent years, as Schweitzer herself has been able to present a powerful case for the blood vessels not being bio-films.14

Darwinoids and CSI

Posted in For God with tags , , , , on November 24, 2014 by cavalier973

We often distinguish between the science of present processes and the science of figuring out what happened in the past (see ‘It’s not science and Argument: Creationism is religion, not science). It’s a helpful distinction to make because it shows that we need to test evolution and millions of years differently than we would test, say, gravity or the speed of light. It also shows how there is generally a greater potential for uncertainty in the science of past events than there is in the science of present processes.

But many critics of biblical creation have found what they think is a good counter to this distinction. They claim that the science used to show that evolution is fact “works just like CSI” (Crime Scene Investigation).2 This argument seems stronger than the simplistic ‘religion vs science’ idea. The scientific approach used by evolutionists to try to reconstruct the past does have a lot in common with CSI—they are both examples of what could be called ‘forensic’ or ‘historical’ science (see CSI … and CMI). In each case, there is an attempt to use good science to reconstruct the past.

DNA and Darwinoid Prediction Failure

Posted in For God with tags , , , , , , , , on October 27, 2014 by cavalier973

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.1

Anyone who wants to know the latest scientific discoveries would do well to monitor the Creationist websites. Even if one doesn’t believe in the truth of Creationism, one gets a good overview of what’s happening in the World of Science. Many arguments I’ve seen made by Darwinoids rely on information that is years or decades old. Of course, most “arguments” by Darwinoids are simply bald assertion sans facts.

On “Global Warming”

Posted in For God with tags , , , , on May 26, 2014 by cavalier973

It’s a response to another article purporting to support the idea that mankind is effecting terrible destruction on the environment because he drives too big a vehicle.