Is Audiophilia in the DSM? » « It’s an epidemic! Tangled Bank #77 It’s time for Tangled Bank #77 at Aetiology, and it’s another mega-collection of links to science articles. Share this:PrintEmailShare on TumblrTweet Is Audiophilia in the DSM? » « It’s an epidemic!
Brian Coughlan says
Ummm … I’ve posted a few times here but I’m more of a lurker. I’ve put together this video on Dogma and I’d appreciate seem feedback from your good selves.
Please forgive my pimping on your site PZ, if out of line, slap me down as appropriate:-)
Jason Malloy says
Sith Lord in silky robes blabs about science:
“Pope Benedict, elaborating his views on evolution for the first time as Pontiff, says science has narrowed the way life’s origins are understood and Christians should take a broader approach to the question.
The Pope also says the Darwinist theory of evolution is not completely provable because mutations over hundreds of thousands of years cannot be reproduced in a laboratory.”
And what if they could? Then would evolution be “completely provable”
, Mr. Pope?
Jason Malloy says
Hitler Youth Pope sez evolution is closer to speculation than fact:
“In the book, Benedict reflected on a 1996 comment of his predecessor, John Paul II, who said that Charles Darwin’s theories on evolution were sound, as long as they took into account that creation was the work of God, and that Darwin’s theory of evolution was “more than a hypothesis.”
“The pope (John Paul) had his reasons for saying this,” Benedict said. “But it is also true that the theory of evolution is not a complete, scientifically proven theory.”
Benedict added that the immense time span that evolution covers made it impossible to conduct experiments in a controlled environment to finally verify or disprove the theory.
“We cannot haul 10,000 generations into the laboratory,” he said.”