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Political Corruption of Science Revealed in New Book

In Perverted Truth Exposed, Kay Kiser exposes areas of science that have been corrupted by progressive and atheist philosophies disguised as science, including  evolution, origin of life, cosmology, quantum physics and climate change. The climate change debate presents a modern example of how the perversion of science is politically imposed to support an anti-God, anti-human… Continue reading Political Corruption of Science Revealed in New Book

Big Bang · but is it science · Climate Change · Cosmology · Environment · Evolution · Life · Origin of Life · Quantum Physics · science · science and philosophy

Political Corruption of Science Revealed in New Book

In Perverted Truth Exposed, Kay Kiser exposes areas of science that have been corrupted by progressive and atheist philosophies disguised as science, including  evolution, origin of life, cosmology, quantum physics and climate change. The climate change debate presents a modern example of how the perversion of science is politically imposed to support an anti-God, anti-human… Continue reading Political Corruption of Science Revealed in New Book

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AGW Claims vs Truth – 2b Benefits of Carbon Dioxide

a.) Animals exhale CO2 and breathe in O2, while plants use CO2 for photosynthesis and "exhale" O2. Professional greenhouses often add extra CO2 to increase growth rates. Increased plant growth removes much of the CO2 released into the atmosphere. Between pre-industrial and present times, studies show an average of 15 percent increase in plant growth rates,… Continue reading AGW Claims vs Truth – 2b Benefits of Carbon Dioxide

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Opening Scientific Exploration

What do we really know about our world? What is fact and what is opinion? What is knowledge and what is belief, and can we know the difference? Isn’t science about facts and religion about faith? Well, not entirely. Science, with all of its trappings of mathematics, still is subject to interpretation, ie, belief, based… Continue reading Opening Scientific Exploration

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Origin of Life Scenarios

Complex structures of cyanobacteria[1]  The earliest known Life fossils are 3.8 billion year old stromatolites, rocky structures composed of cyanobacteria and sand.   From the previous post, “What is Life?" it is readily apparent that living things possess multiple levels of complexity. For even the simplest organism to survive, all of the components, whether they be physical structures… Continue reading Origin of Life Scenarios

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What is Life?

Composite Photo source:  Wikipedia "Animal_Diversity" in article "Animal" by permission through Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. What is life?  We can describe the characteristics and infinitely varied forms of living things, but what exactly is life itself? In the past, it was assumed that there was a vital force present in all living… Continue reading What is Life?