Stephan Hawking spoke at Zellerbach Hall yesterday (original link from Slashdot), and announced his new theory: the universe came from nothing (there is a videoâ€”RealPlayer or equivalent needed). Dr. Hawking, with all due respect, that theory has been around for quite some time now. My biblical calendar is pretty useless, but I think its about… Continue reading Thanks, But We Already Knew That…
Babu Ranganathan has had a wonderful commentary at Conservative Voice (but the article is no longer live, and I have no idea which one of his it is now.) regarding evolution. He brings up a number of serious flaws in the theory. He also has had a further commentary (which also now seems to be… Continue reading That’s What I Was Thinking!
To judge from some of the ancient creation narratives, the world arose as a visible manifestation of speech. “In the beginning was the Word,” as it says in John 1:1. First there was formlessness and chaos, and then the divine voice flashed forth like lightning in the darkness. “And God said, Let there be light:… Continue reading The Language of Nature, by Steve Talbott
This caught my eye. People such as myself have been framed as opponents of stem cell research, which is false. My opposition has been to embryonic stem cell research that KILLS (i.e., destroys embryos). However, with some recent clarification, it apparently is possible to do embryonic stem cell research without killing the embryo. I would… Continue reading An end to the stem cell debate?
When I first heard of the Michael J. Fox political commercial, I immediately wrote an entry about it, however, I then learned about all the controversy about Rush Limbaugh et al (amazingly I hadn’t heard about that), and decided to mark my post “private” so that I would not add flames to a horribly partisan… Continue reading Oil and Water Mix Better Than Politics and Science