Friday, October 2, 2009

Weekly Wrap-Up

The DNA Mystery: Scientists Stumped by "Telepathic" Abilities: "DNA has been found to have a bizarre ability to put itself together, even at a distance, when according to known science it shouldn't be able to. Explanation: None, at least not yet."

For Alarmists, Ugly Truths About Global Warming: George Will has been consistently good when it comes to challenging scientists on this issue. That's why I don't understand why he bent over for scientists on a different issue.

New VFR discussion, Darwinian Conservatives Reveal Themselves as Cultural and Moral Relativists: My comment: "Atheists are not people who are willing to risk bodily harm or death for noble principles such as 'freedom' or 'democracy.' By definition, they would rather be slaves than martyrs. Decades from now, in Europe, that's exactly what they'll be."

A Very Quick and Dirty Recap of Liberals' Darwinists Paradox: My comment: "Both conservatives and liberals have a lot to lose from Darwinism, as you say. The conservatives lose faith; the liberals lose equality. Maybe that's an incentive for both groups to pierce through the Darwinian propoganda and decide whether or not Darwinism is 'Da Truth' it claims to be."

The Return of the Great Depression: Vox Day is coming out with a new book.

The Provincialism of Modern Novelists: Ferdinand Bardimu explains.

Cute. Gil Dodgen responds to Dan Brown's stupidity.

I've also updated the following essays...

Will the Economic Crisis Inflame the Culture Wars or End Them?

Spiritual Rationalism: A Critique of a Critique

From the Darwin LOL Files

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