Category Archives: scientism

The Mind Bites

Mind bites presents 83 beautifully illustrated reasons why I fled from Psychology. characteristic pseudoscience cynicism so thick, you could cut it with a knife — I’m sure to be the object of someone’s RDD for that remark. “This and that … Continue reading

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What will change everything?

The World Question Center 2009: “We are moving towards the redefinition of life, to the edge of creating life itself. While science may or may not be the only news, it is the news that stays news.” WHAT WILL CHANGE … Continue reading

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Evolution’s Empirical Conundrum

Ontogeny, Phylogeny, Teleology and Evolution’s Empirical Conundrum: “Darwinism includes no anticipatory mechanism whereby genes needed in the future would be present, though dormant, in ancestors. Only a teleological theory would predict an anticipatory genome. Anticipatory evidence would suggest a pre-coded … Continue reading

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The Story of Doctor Fox

Amazing Stories from the History of Science: “His polished performance so impressed the audience that nobody noticed that the man standing at the lectern wasn’t just Myron L. Fox from the Albert Einstein School of Medicine: he was also the … Continue reading

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Surveying Skepticism

Surveying Skepticism | TDG – Science, Magick, Myth and History: “the skeptical movement is gaining serious traction online, despite their protestations that the world is being swallowed by the irrationality monster – witness the growing audiences of the Skeptics Guide … Continue reading

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The myth of Samhain

The myth of Samhain: Celtic God of the Dead: “W.J, Bethancourt III has an online essay which traces the God Samhain myth back to the year 1770 when Col. Charles Vallency wrote a 6 volume set of books which attempted … Continue reading

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