This Ad is not paid for by the corporate front groups, oil billionaires, or foreign entities that are trying to buy this election for the Republicans.
|By: normanb Saturday October 9, 2010 8:01 am|
Weekend Art: The Myth of the Bear: Artemis and Callisto — by NormanB (“Deviations from the Norm”)
|By: Peterr Tuesday October 5, 2010 6:40 am|
To judge by his column in today’s Washington Post, Michael Gerson demonstrates a surprisingly poor grasp of the evangelical world. To say (as Gerson does) that evangelicals fear big government is laughable. They love big government — as long as they get to run it.
|By: GregoriusU Monday October 4, 2010 7:02 am|
Making Rush Limbaugh out of a monkey?
|By: davidson Thursday July 15, 2010 4:45 am|
The Huffington Post’s surprising posting on July 2nd of what all liberals probably regard as Creationist propaganda (here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-klinghoffer/the-dark-side-of-darwinis_b_630627.html) can at least open the door for an acknowledgement of how deep and serious this issue is for Creationists, and why their intuition – as often – is more deeply right than they may know.
|By: twolf1 Saturday July 10, 2010 6:29 am|
BIG BANG BIG BOOM:
an unscientific point of view on the beginning and evolution of life … and how it could probably end.
|By: libertyvalence Thursday June 17, 2010 11:53 am|
Thinking is the most the human race can achieve from evolution without our input. Now that we are aware of evolution, we have to input new behavior and awareness.
|By: Bill Egnor Tuesday May 4, 2010 9:00 am|
Biological life is amazing stuff. Over the last billion years or so it has tenaciously held through a wide variety of ecological conditions. From multiple glaciations to impacts of huge meteors, life goes on. Some species die; while others change and adapt to the new conditions no matter how bizarre or harsh. Where there are open niches existing life mutates and finds a way to move into the niche. This is the greatest trick of DNA, the ability to throw out changes or express old genes in new ways to address new challenges.
"Originally posted at Squarestate.net"
Which is why it is not very shocking that we are starting to see weeds and other plants that have found a way to resist the big Daddy of pesticides, Roundup. This herbicide works by inhibiting the EP SP synthase enzyme in plants. When this enzyme is stopped plants can not make the proteins they need to survive and thus die.
|By: Chris Edelson Friday April 9, 2010 9:00 am|
Republicans want to live in the 19th century but I think most Americans see modern advances as a good thing.