When Scientists Make Truth Claims Outside Science

Alexander Oparin, Alfred Russel Wallace, Baden Powell, Carl Sagan, Charles Darwin, clockmaker, Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, creator, David Hume, Erasmus Darwin, Evolution, evolutionists, Francisco Ayala, Gottfried Leibniz, Immanuel Kant, Isaac Newton, John Ray, Joseph Le Conte, Kenneth Miller, mosquitos, religion, Robert Chambers, scientists, Stephen Jay Gould, theology, Thomas Burnet, universe
Here is a small, representative sampling of such claims over the past three centuries. These claims are not from science, but they drive science. Source
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Taking Applications Now to Be Our New Education and Outreach Coordinator!

activism, biology, Center for Science & Culture, cosmology, Daniel Reeves, Education, Education & Outreach Coordinator, Education & Outreach Director, Evidence, grassroots, hope, ID Education Day, Intelligent Design, mission, scientists, Summer Seminars
What if ID scientists went about their work, uncovering evidence of purpose and meaning in biology and cosmology, but…no one ever heard about it? Source
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Andrew Sullivan, Meet Richard Sternberg

Andrew Sullivan, canary in the coal mine, cancel culture, censorship, Evolution, free speech, human dignity, human exceptionalism, intelligence, Intelligent Design, Michael Egnor, New York Magazine, News Media, Race, Richard Sternberg, Rod Dreher, scientists, Smithsonian Institution, Stephen Meyer, The Bell Curve, The New Republic
This is another illustration of what Michael Egnor and others have said: intelligent design was the “canary in the coal mine” when it comes to cancel culture. Source
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