Today, “Canceled” Scientist Eric Hedin Gets His Voice Back

atheists, Ball State University, cancel culture, Cancel Science, China, Discovery Institute Press, eric hedin, First Amendment, free speech, freedom from religion foundation, God’s Not Dead, Intelligent Design, Jerry Coyne, Rice Broocks, scientists, The Boundaries of Science, United States, universe, University of Chicago
Cancel culture had no name in 2013. It has since become one of the major worries in contemporary life. Source
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Study: Hands of “Ardi” Indicate a Chimp-like Tree-Dweller and Knuckle-Walker

Ardi, Ardipithecus ramidus, bipedality, bonobos, chimpanzees, Evolution, Germany, hominins, human ancestor, Human Origins, Madelaine Böhme, primates, quadrupedality, Rosetta Stone, Sahelanthropus tchadensis, Science Advances, The Scientist, Tim White, University of Tübingen
Initially, Ardi was widely called the “oldest human ancestor,” due to its supposed skeletal traits that indicated an early bipedal (upright walking) species. Source
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Botany Journal Revisits Charles Darwin’s “Abominable Mystery”

American Journal of Botany, Charles Darwin, common ancestor, common descent, Cretaceous Period, Eric Anderson, Evolution, flowering plants, fossil record, Günter Bechly, ID The Future, Intelligent Design, Jurassic, Life Sciences, Neo-Darwinism, paleontology, Podcast, Richard Buggs
A recent paper by Richard Buggs shows that a problem for evolutionary theory has grown more acute since Darwin’s time. Source
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Subduction and the “Mechanism” of Intelligent Design

Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Archean Eon, crustal material, diapirs, early Earth, geologists, Geology, inference to design, Intelligent Design, lithosphere, mechanism, mélange rocks, nature, Nature Communications, Neoproterozoic Era, plate tectonics, subduction, subduction zones
We can see plenty of evidence that intelligent design in nature is real, but it’s not always clear exactly how that design is instantiated in nature. Source
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What Subduction Teaches About Intelligent Design

carbon, chalk, continental crust, erosion, Great Oxidation Event, Intelligent Design, limestone, mantle, Michael Denton, Nature Communications, Nature Geoscience, nitrogen, oceanic crust, oceanic sediments, phosphorous, plate tectonics, scientific papers, solar system, subduction, sulfur, The Wonder of Water, volcanos
My PhD research was on the early plate tectonic history on earth. Plate tectonics involves the movement of plates on the surface of the earth. Source
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Great Expectations: Origins in Science Education

abiogenesis, Arkansas Tech University, atmosphere, college students, Dark Ages, Discovery Institute Press, DNA, early Earth, Education, Evolution and Intelligent Design in a Nutshell, high school students, information, James Tour, John Narcum, Miller-Urey experiment, molecular machines, origin of life, polymers, primordial soup, ribosomes, RNA world, The Mystery of Life’s Origin
How ironic then that a majority of college-educated adults have been led so far astray in their understanding of the sobering realities of abiogenesis research. Source
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