Jean-Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet, chevalier de Lamarck (1744-1829) was a French naturalist and deist who served in the French army, studied medicine and botany, and in 1773 published a pioneering work on French Flora. He introduced the distinction between vertebrates and invertebrates in his Natural History of Invertebrates (1815-22). Lamarck’s work prefigured Charles Darwin’s… Read More Jean-Baptiste Lamarck – The wobbly wheels of science have partially justified him
And you still think science is objective and without human bias? #science #bias #evolutionhttps://t.co/PwntYjtJ78 pic.twitter.com/Y15JicwNgM — earthpages.org (@earthpages) September 7, 2017 I saw this yesterday and have been meaning to comment. Science – good science – is indispensable to our modern way of life. Don’t get me wrong. And please don’t confuse science with technology.… Read More And you think science is objective and without human bias?
Generally, smart people don't like being brainwashed by religion or by sciencehttps://t.co/MKYuWiL7gQ pic.twitter.com/hwT8L8UlPt — earthpages.org (@earthpages) September 6, 2017
By Misam Hasan Naqvi Everyday, we see so many buildings around us. These buildings are meant for various purposes like residential apartments, offices, schools, colleges, hospitals and shopping malls etc. Whenever we come across a building that is planned out in such a manner that it best serves the purpose for which it is built… Read More Knowledge of Science Increases Faith in God
By HChanbi When creationists imagine evolution requires everything to have come from nothing, they really misunderstand what many evolutionists actually believe. There are various evolutionary theories as to how the universe and life came to exist. It may be true that more and more evolutionists believe everything could exist suddenly from nothing without any intelligent input,… Read More Was only one Universe Created or is ours one of many Universes?
By Ernie Fitzpatrick I subscribe to the theory that one can now where they are going if they don’t know from whence they have come. I do not accept the theory that the earth was created in seven literal days one October day in 4011 BCE. Not do I embrace the theory that we are… Read More Random Mutations?
By Robert DePaolo A Deistic Conflict Answering the question of whether God actually exists has always been fraught with complications. Part of the problem lies in the fact that ostensible interactions of God – regardless of the particular faith – have been few and far between. Indeed it is hard to argue with the fact… Read More RELIGION/ADAPTATION: God and the Survival of the Human Species