Grand Canyon

Creationist versus Grand Canyon Authority

Creationist versus Grand Canyon authority reported in Science (AAAS) News 19 May 2017. Andrew Snelling, a geologist who works with Answers in Genesis, has twice applied for permission to collect rock samples from four locations in the Grand Canyon, as part of a study into the folding of Palaeozoic sedimentary structures. As the Canyon is […]

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Sunset Sea

No Wonder Trump Won

No wonder trump won, as BBC News and World Meteorological Organisation 14 November 2016 proclaim 2016 will be world’s warmest year on record, and this has been mimicked by media everywhere. According to the BBC, scientists are 90% certain 2016 will be the hottest year on record, based on nine months of data for this […]

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ABC Reports “Rich History of Aboriginal Australia”

ABC reports “rich history of Aboriginal Australia” in ABC News 22 September 2016. They reported: “The most comprehensive genomic study of Indigenous Australians to date has revealed modern humans are all descendants of a single wave of migrants who left Africa about 72,000 years ago.” According to the ABC the claims are based on a […]

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Updated Climate Analysis

Updated climate analysis from physicist Dr Heinz Lycklama now available. In May 2009 nuclear physicist Heinz Lycklama published “An Independent Analysis of Global Warming”. Since then the “Climategate” e-mail and data leak, along with several errors by the IPCC, have been revealed, and Heinz has updated his report. He summarises his findings as follows: The […]

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Global Warming Stopped In 1997

Global warming stopped in 1997, and official UK Met Bureau graphs released in October 2012 prove it. According to an article in Daily Mail 13 October 2012, new figures released by the UK Met Office show that the increase in global temperatures in the late 20th century stopped in 1997 and has plateaued since then. […]

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Tennessee Anti-Evolution Bill

“Tennessee passes anti-evolution bill” claims American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Policy Alert, 13 April 2011 and Science, vol. 332 p295 15 April 2011. The House of Representatives in the US state of Tennessee has voted in a law enabling teachers to address scientific controversies, including but not limited to “biological evolution, the […]

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Academic Freedom Legislation

Academic freedom legislation proposed for evolution critics, according to an article in The Christian Post, 10 May 2008. Four USA states are preparing legislation to “guarantee the freedom of both teachers and students throughout public schools to share views contradicting or challenging the tenets of Darwinism in the classroom without fears of reprisal.” The laws […]

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Abortion Voters

Abortion voters a real factor, contends Director of Elliot Institute who stated  “At least one of every four women voters has had an abortion, and most of these women consider it to be an ugly, painful memory,” he said. “Most have many regrets about their abortions, even if they believe it to have been their […]

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AAAS Opposes Tennessee Law

AAAS opposes Tennessee “anti-evolution” law according to the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) news release 21 March 2012, AAAS Policy Alert 19 April 2012 and AAAS Advances Monthly Newsletter, April 2012. As part of a campaign of strong opposition to a new education law in Tennessee, Alan Leshner, CEO of AAAS, has […]

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Creationist on BBC

A creationist on BBC Gloucestershire, 25 September 2011, 8.20am (approx). In this eight minute segment of the Sunday morning programme, John Hellings interviewed Alistair Nobel, James Williams & Nigel Steele in response to the campaign to ban the teaching of creation and Intelligent Design in UK schools. Those behind the campaign are also calling for […]

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