In biology class, associate professor Jamie Jensen seeks to inculcate her students with Epicureanism.
Why are evolutionists always wrong? And why are they always so sure of themselves?
The serendipity is deafening.
“First there were no dinosaur tracks, and then there were many,” says the lead author of a new study out this week.
In a seemingly infinite hall of mirrors, monumental assertions are casually made and immediately followed by citations that simply do the same thing.