Writing here yesterday, I pointed out the problems with materialist metaphysics.
Does DNA coding demonstrate that we are here by intent? And is the brain itself enough to produce perceptions, feelings, thoughts and awareness?
To the weaponized epithets “anti-science,” “science denial,” and the rest, you can now add “un-American” as a putdown for ideas in a scientific context that you don’t like.
Cosmology has become an art form. Stylish essays are decked out with a very brief skirt of science.
Without intelligent design, how the “the last universal common ancestor of all living organisms” arose remains frustratingly elusive to theorists.
Evolution needs to associate itself with something factual, whereas gravity has no such need.
How evidence is interpreted is wrenched into line with the ideology. And this is what we mean by “zombie science.”
Conservatives have not “always mistrusted science,” and do not now.
Beside his prophetic warning about the “military-industrial complex,” President Eisenhower was concerned about the scientific-governmental complex.
To adapt a story that Wesley tells, the motto of the phenomenon is: “Listen to the animals.”