September 2004

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September 30, 2004

Adult Stem Cell Research

"Adult stem cell research is the best science and is thoroughly moral at the same time," says FRC's Dr. Prentice Washington D.C. - Senator Brownback (R-KS) will be sponsoring hearings today to discuss the controversy surrounding embryonic stem cell research.... ... more

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September 23, 2004

bLogorithm Up and Running on Movabletype 3.1

My posts have been infrequent because I have been converting over to Movabletype 3.1. Over time I'll make slight adjustments to the site and build a number of links. If you link to blogorithm send me a note and I'll... ... more

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September 22, 2004

A Moral Vaccum

From a debate between two evolutionists: Lanier is a computer scientist; Dawkins is a professor at Oxford and an ardent atheist. Jaron Lanier: ‘There’s a large group of people who simply are uncomfortable with accepting evolution because it leads to... ... more

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September 10, 2004

Care for the Weak? Evolution versus Christianity

Charles Darwin is a well known humanist who is often credited with the conception of evolution. While modern evolutionists are inconsistent in their application of a man-centered philosophy Charles Darwin was not. He writes: With savages, the weak in body... ... more

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September 08, 2004

Missing the Link from the 6 Million Year Old Chimp

A chimp-sized human ancestor walked upright 6 million years ago, far earlier than anyone had been able to show before, researchers reported on Thursday. [more] Among the many interesting claims expressed by this article is the claim that researchers... ... more

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September 04, 2004

Peer Reviewed Intelligent Design Article Provokes Outrage

Dr. Steven Meyer's got more than he bargained for after publishing a peer-reviewed scientific journal artical that defended "Intelligent Design"; he was met with "hysteria, name-calling and personal attack." [more] On August 4th, 2004 an extensive review essay by... ... more

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September 02, 2004

The Goals of Science

Discussions begin with definitions. Despite popular impressions of science, it is not the goal of science to answer all questions, only those that pertain to physical reality (measurable empirical experience). Also, science cannot possibly address all possible questions, so the... ... more

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