Tag: Cassini mission
NASA Persecution Case Reaches a Grim Anniversary
What happened to David Coppedge illustrates how the scientific “consensus” on intelligent design is enforced.
Fine-Timing as Evidence of Intelligent Design
Sometimes it’s not just the tuning that indicates design. Sometimes it’s the timing as well.
Theory in Crisis? Circling the Wagons
Philosopher of science Thomas Kuhn compared scientific revolutions to political revolutions.
Applying the Design Filter to Hexagons
The hexagon on Saturn performs no function. Columnar basalt doesn’t say anything. Snowflakes don’t carry a message. They are mere emergent phenomena.
Microbe Performs Rocket Science, Vital for Life on Earth
This little machine, which also knows how to recycle and reuse all its parts in a sustainable “green” way, keeps the nitrogen in balance for the whole planet.