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Cancel Culture Comes to Poland

This sort of behavior is not new. In 2004, the University of Helsinki (Finland) cancelled some scheduled talks by Discovery Institute fellows Paul Nelson and Richard Sternberg.

G.E. Brings Life to Good Things

Suppose we said that by studying a Rembrandt painting's microstructure, we could learn ways to improve surgery or firefighting. Would you believe it?

Lynn Margulis, Acclaimed Biologist and Critic of Neo-Darwinism, RIP

"No evidence in the vast literature of heredity changes shows unambigious evidence that random mutation itself, even with geographical isolation of populations, leads to speciation. Then how do new species come into being? How do cauliflowers descend from tiny, wild Mediterranean cabbagelike plants, or pigs from wild boars?"

Pumice and the Origin of Life

Pumice stone has other uses including the preparation of stonewashed denim. (You may find bits of it in the pockets of your newly purchased "distressed" jeans.)

Hominid Hype and the Election Cycle

Those who capitulate to the Darwinian consensus are deemed of normal intelligence and fit for office. Those who don't are subjected to public mockery and humiliation.

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