Today’s Daily (pseudo)Science Update is by Christine Dao, rather than the usual Brian Thomas. Her article is called Mistakes and Misconduct in Science and tries to argue that science is fallible and prone to political influence. And I’m sure you can guess where she is going with that.
The latest DpSU on the ICR’s website is called Letting the Science Speak for Itself, and is by Christine Dao, who can always be counted on for a good laugh. She is, interestingly enough, agreeing with Steven Newton’s New Scientist opinion article, Geology will survive creationist undermining. That is to say, she agrees that banning Creationists from infiltrating geology meetings and presenting posters etc would be a Bad Idea.
I missed quite a few of the ICR’s DpSUs in the last week or so. All these poor people who want to know more about whatever BS has been posted that day, suddenly no-longer a quick search away from some slightly more accurate information. It’s a tragedy. Continue reading →
So, I’m doing homework right now, which is why I haven’t posted all week. The ICR, on the other hand, evidently does not get anything analogous to homework, as evidenced by their continuing-as-usual-on-a-week-after-an-aaf-publication over the same period.
It’s been a slow week. Since writing the previous post – which was rather long – I’ve been resting my fingers, attending to other hobbies (so, apparently, if you convert a program from c to c++, and replace the structs with classes, you get less segmentation faults. Or at least you do when I’m writing them…) and, ah, “studying for exams.” However, after three days, I think that there is enough material from the ICR to comment on, so here goes: Continue reading →