Category Archive: Science

Apr 12 2013

Beware the Scientists

Christian Post is onto the latest and greatest threat to face down our society (or at least American Society). That’s right! It’s Science! Or indeed the Christian Notion Of Scientism.

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Apr 01 2013

Piano Black – Radioactive Space Rock

I decided to write about about three very nice people who came into my life, fortunately enough they are here to stay. As a teenager who is trying to figure out who I am and what I am doing on this planet. The people I chose whose life story really jumped out to me was …

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Mar 25 2013

Food – Please Sir, Can I Have Some More?

One of the biggest killers in the world is malnourishment. It’s a global issue and covers a variety of conditions affecting both the developed and the developing nations. It’s a global phenomenon. Yes you did hear me right, we in the west have malnourishment issues just as much as we in the developing world face …

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Mar 16 2013

I Get Mail – Unanswerable Questions from a Creationist

There are apparently a series of questions running around of “totally” unanswerable questions. The mailer identifies as a Christian Creationist and has sent in a list of questions that are supposedly unfieldable… So I used my day off to write up a list of answers…

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Mar 15 2013

Piano Black – The Art of Science

Science is everything, art can help us understand that. Avicenna mentioned to me the other week about finding ways to teach science through art, and I thought it was a great idea. Because it caters to a wider number of people, particularly kids. Kids are important because they are our future; our engineers, teachers, musicians, …

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Mar 04 2013

Piano Black – Science and Other Oddities

Science – what does it mean? Everyone talks about it, but have you noticed that no one really says a word about it? So, what is science?

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Feb 21 2013

Mums and Dads

Language is a weapon. It is as deadly a weapon in the game of survival as a spear or an arrow. Language helps preserve knowledge and helps communicate. It turns relatively squishy apes (compared to say… a Bear or a Mammoth) into a team. It’s one of the most important parts of human development.

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Jan 19 2013

Calvary and Ivory – Catholicism and Pachyderm Teeth

Apparently one of the “least publicized and seemingly most easily correctable drivers of the massive elephant slaughter now taking place across Africa” is religion. A lot of religion seems to use ivory in the production of holy goods. Now this includes both legal and illegal ivory, a lot of cultures use it in particular the …

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Dec 23 2012

Darwin is on our Currency – Answers to Steve Ham for a Christian in Doubt

One of the major advantages of living in the UK is that we rarely have to put up with the actions of creationists. Any attempts by creationists to insert their particular variety of creationism in schools is roundly smacked down, and even in schools run by religious organisations you find that science generally is taught …

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Nov 26 2012

Immunity? Easy Peasy…. Lemon Squeezie

Kylie over at the Token Skeptic is poking fun at the Anti-Vax. Her literature is cool but I know something that is lacking in skeptic land. One of the major problems with the vaccination movement is that most people cannot understand how vaccines are meant to work. Many anti-vaccine advocates simply think that injecting someone …

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