May 2004

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May 28, 2004

Eugenics, Evolution and Abortion

There is a side to evolution that few acknowledge or discuss; perhaps because the Judeo-Christian heritage of Western scientists leads to a sense of morality that is inconsistent with Naturalism. A belief that man ultimately evolved via the process of... ... more

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May 25, 2004

Creation Science Directory

The Arizona Christian directory has been published with a category dedicated to Creation Science. Consider adding your site (click here.... ... more

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May 20, 2004

Jellyfish Fossils Lead to Questions

What a storm it must have been! News reports said that hundreds of giant jellyfish once lived about 500 million years ago, but were ‘stranded by a freakish tide or storm’ on an ancient beach. Sand later buried them, forming... ... more

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May 15, 2004

UFOs or Lightening?

Is this strange phenomenon lighting balls or UFOs? While UFO enthusiasts are claiming "proof" of extraterrestrial life, there is a good reason the objects were invisible and could only be picked up by an infrared camera. And that reason... ... more

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May 12, 2004

Global Warming and a Wetter World

While activists and politicians attempt to stem the tide of global warming through regulations, the "Earth" is changing, showing a robustness with respect to "greenhouse gases". SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian scientists have found the Earth may be more resilient... ... more

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The Human Embryo and Research

Here is a recent posting on research involving human embryos. A central idea is that the humanity of the pre-born is outside the realm of science and must be considered prior to the pragmatic approach that researchers are taking... ... more

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May 11, 2004

Obesity and Your Health

Here is a fascinating article regarding the detrimental effect of fat cells in obese individuals. Research suggests that the over-sized cells "churn out of stew of hormones and other chemical messengers ... that assault many organs in ways that are... ... more

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May 06, 2004

Modern Hummingbird Lived 30 Million Years Ago

A fossil of a "modern" hummingbird, found in Germany, has been given a date of nearly 30-million-years. The find is remarkable because the oldest prior hummingbird fossil was dated at 1 million years. In addition, the fossil is nearly identical... ... more

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May 05, 2004

Coffee and Diabetes

Should those at risk for diabetes drink coffee? Recent studies indicate it could be beneficial.... ... more

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May 04, 2004

Go High Fat?

The study we've all been waiting for is reported to suggest that high fat diets are healthy. Scientists fed a small population of healthy individuals a diet high in fat and observed an increase in HDL and a decrease in... ... more

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May 03, 2004

Imaginary Monstor Legally Protected

If an animal does not exist is it extinct? News Story - STOCKHOLM, Sweden - A government watchdog has asked a regional council why it placed a mythical monster on Sweden's endangered species list. The Parliamentary Ombudsman's office in Stockholm... ... more

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May 02, 2004

Digital Picture Processing

Recently I tried Winkflash for processing my digital camera picutres. Here is my short review.... ... more

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May 01, 2004

Science and Progress

I found the following quote insightful. Although society often looks to Science for answers, it is not the driving force behind progress - the belief system of the society drives advancement. There is a strong faith in science and technology... ... more

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