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Pro-Life Atheist Urges “Leave the Realm of Science”

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Hiding behind the humanist shield to deflect scientific discourse isn't a pass for legislating guesses. Read More »

Instinct vs. Intellect: Jeremy Griffith’s Explanation of the Human Condition

Australian author & biologist, Jeremy Griffith

When humans’ emerging consciousness grew powerful enough to begin defying our pre-established instincts, the great problems of the human condition began. Read More »

Book Review: Weird-o-Pedia: The Ultimate Book of Surprising, Strange, and Incredibly Bizarre Facts by Alex Palmer

Weird-0-Pedia is a fascinating and entertaining compendium of information about the so-called ordinary world. Read More »

Book Review: Illustrated Guide to Home Forensic Science Experiments: All Lab, No Lecture by Robert Bruce Thompson and Barbara Fritchman Thompson

A fun and educational do it yourself guide to over 50 home forensic experiments. Read More »

Book Review: Planet Rock Doc: Nuggets from Explorations of the Natural World by Dr. Elsa Kirsten Peters

Planet Rock Doc compiles favorite features from syndicated newspaper columnist and geologist Elsa Kirsten Peters, covering energy, agriculture, climate, health, biology, physics, chemistry, and science history. Read More »

Quantum Entanglement, Quantum Biology, and a Hunch About the Human Condition

This 'gestalt' of quantum entanglement was an incredible experience... but somebody beat me to it sixty years ago! Read More »

Book Review: Children of Scarabaeus by Sara Creasy

Perhaps Mother Earth is more than a metaphor. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Uncle Silas: Genetis by David Follet

Fun, lighthearted, and sumptuously illustrated. Read More »

Book Review: Pandora’s Succession by Russell Brooks

This thriller brings to life the very real worry of biological warfare. Read More »

Book Review: Written In Stone: Evolution, the Fossil Record, and Our Place in Nature by Brian Switek

A good debut from an up and coming science writer. Read More »