End of the Road for Radical Individual “Re-Creationism”? Not So Fast

Alexandre Baril, body integrity identity disorder, Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Connecticut, Culture & Ethics, eyesight, gender ideology, Leon Kass, lifestyle, limbs, Medicine, Middletown, National Post, Quebec, re-creationism, spinal cords, transability, transableism, transgenderism, University of Ottawa, Wesleyan University
Transableism is a relatively new term for what is known as BIID, for “body integrity identity disorder.” Source
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Listen: Dr. Jay Bhattacharya on COVID-19 as One of the Most Divisive Events in American History

Big Tech, Center for Disease Control, COVID-19, Culture & Ethics, factionalism, free speech, heterodoxy, Humanize, Jay Bhattacharya, lockdown, Medicine, National Bureau of Economics Research, pandemic, Podcast, Politics, public health, science, Stanford University, Wesley Smith, World Health Organization
Action was taken to suppress heterodox voices. Wesley Smith’s guest is one of those caught in this cultural oppression. Source
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A Physician’s Fantastic Voyage through Your Designed Body

biology, bodily functions, Complexity, Darwinism, evolutionary theory, gradualism, hearing, Howard Glicksman, human body, Intelligent Design, interdependent systems, just-so stories, Medicine, Pat Flynn, Philosophy for the People, physicians, Steve Laufmann, systems engineering, vision, Your Designed Body
Begin by piling up the layers of complexity in the human body — the layer upon layer of complex interdependent systems. Source
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“Poor Design”? Actually, the Human Body Is Amazing; Here’s Why

architecture, bicycling, biology, blood, Chemistry, colors, darkness, death, ears, Engineering, equilibrium, Evolution, eyes, heart, human body, information, Intelligent Design, internal temperature, James Dobson, life, light, lungs, Medicine, oxygen, photons, physicians, physics, piano, reproduction, Richard Dawkins, running, Steve Laufmann, swimming, systems, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, Thomas Kuhn, triathlon, Walt Whitman
If someone suggests that a coherent, interdependent system of systems arose by chance, they’ll need to back that up with a detailed engineering analysis. Source
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Does a New Scientific Study Offer Evidence of Life after Death?

brain activity, consciousness, CPR, death, Evolution, faith, Faith & Science, Grossman School of Medicine, heart, life after death, materialism, Medicine, memory retrieval, natural selection, near-death experiences, neonatal intensive care, New York University, perception, physicians, Sam Parnia, theology, thinking
Maybe there is no evolutionary explanation. There is certainly no discernible natural-selection benefit. Source
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