Intelligent Design

Computer models of global warming proven wrong

Science | Real temperatures have not increased as much as predicted
by Julie Borg
Posted 12/14/17, 03:37 pm

In the midst of gloom-and-doom predictions of rapid climate change, a recent study shows computer models grossly overestimate the rate of global warming. The study, published in the Asia-Pacific Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, shows real-world climate change over the past 38 years is 0.096 degrees Celsius, about half of what computer models predict.

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Science of smell points to design

Science | The olfactory system is more complex than previously thought
by Julie Borg
Posted 12/07/17, 03:43 pm

New research shows the sense of smell has even more complexity than previously thought.

“Codes, information, efficient strategies—this is intelligent design territory,” Discovery Institute experts wrote of the findings on the organization’s blog.

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After settlement, academia still opposes creationist

Science | Mark Armitage says secular scientists have ‘blackballed’ him
by Julie Borg
Posted 11/30/17, 04:33 pm

Biologist Mark Armitage won a wrongful termination settlement from California State University, Northridge (CSUN), but he still faces an uphill battle as a creationist in secular science. Four years ago, Armitage sued the university for firing him after he discovered soft tissue in a Triceratops horn fossil he found on a dig. Armitage believed the soft tissue gave proof dinosaurs roamed the earth thousands of years ago, not millions, as most evolutionary scientists claim. Soft tissue would not have remained preserved for millions of years, he said.

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