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Bloggy McBlogface

Get in the comments with your own Blanky McBlankface name. Then download my books. It won’t cost you a thing. Boaty McBoatface was a mildly interesting cultural phenomenon. When the UK’s National Environment Research Council ran a poll to name … Continue reading

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Evolution – Part Three

Some years ago I published a series of articles about evolution in my local newspaper. It generated some interest and a spate of letters to the editor, and my publisher liked it. There was even a creationist who challenged me … Continue reading

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Evolution – Part Two

Some years ago I published a series of articles about evolution in my local newspaper. It generated some interest and a spate of letters to the editor, and my publisher liked it. There was even a creationist who challenged me … Continue reading

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Evolution – Part One

Evolution: A gradual process in which something changes into a different and usually more complex or better form. The Free Dictionary, definition 1(a). Some years ago I published a series of articles about evolution in my local newspaper. It generated … Continue reading

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How Did Life on Earth Begin

Today life has conquered every square inch of Earth, but when the planet formed it was a dead rock. How did life get started? We have probably been wondering for millennia how life started on Earth. At some point we … Continue reading

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Creationism Invades Europe

I thought Europe was our bastion of rationality. Our mature cousin who could be counted on to buffer the immature enthusiasms we’re prone to on this side of the Atlantic. Now I’m not so sure. If this article is to … Continue reading

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15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense – Scientific American

This article is over ten years old, but it is still apropos.  Creationists are still using the same empty arguments, and this article still neuters them.  I know I have repeatedly had to endure these quibbles, put forward with such … Continue reading

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