Science

"The theory, taken very seriously by establishment evolutionists like Neil deGrasse Tyson, is that we are living in a simulation probably designed by aliens."

"It takes omniscience and omnipotence to create a universe almost unimaginably huge, with billions and billions of stars." - Stimulating simulations

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Organizations offer non-Darwinian education for young science students

"The Discovery Institute, which emphasizes intelligent design and doesn’t say how long it took, has Education Days: Some 312 students and educators attended one in Seattle last year, and this year’s schedule includes Richmond and Dallas." - World

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Gene Engineered Babies: ‘Shoot First, Ask Questions Later’ Science

"[H]ow did this unethical experiment happen? We generally permit “the scientists” in this sector to self-regulate through voluntary guidelines. We also smile at researchers treating nascent human life like potter’s clay–objects not subjects–as if that were of only passing moral concern." - National Review

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Outcry at Trump gender memo shows 'pain,' confusion

"The administration's proposal 'may sound controversial, but it is not,' Andrew Walker of Southern Baptists' Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission wrote in an Oct. 23 commentary." - BPNews

(Related: Nancy Pearcey - Science Wins: Trump Administration Proposes Transgender Policy Based on Biology)

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Academics Claim Their Non-PC Transgender Research is Being Censored

"[S]urely genuine academic studies and inquiries about major issues facing today’s society must be welcome, right? An open letter by over 50 British academics hailing from fields ranging from philosophy to neuroscience suggests that’s not the case." - Intellectual Takeout 

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“[T]hese scientists were described as having ‘taken control of evolution and used it for the greatest benefit to humankind’”

"Rather than showing the 'power of evolution,' these Nobel winners show that intelligent design and directed effort was needed to accomplish anything beneficial to humanity." - Ken Ham

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