Geoscience Research Institute

News Archives – July-Dec 2007

DISCLAIMER:  The following links do not necessarily represent endorsement by the Geoscience Research Institute, but are meant to provide information from a wide range of viewpoints and expertise on scientific issues, religious issues, and the interface between the two, particularly in the area of creation and evolution.


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  • James Watson Retires After Racial Remarks / October 25, 2007 / Cornelia Dean / New York Times — Watson, the eminent biologist who ignited an uproar last week with remarks about the intelligence of people of African descent, retired today as chancellor of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory on Long Island and from its board
  • ’55 ‘Origin of Life’ Paper Is Retracted / October 25, 2007 / Cornelia Dean / New York Times — Homer Jacobson, unhappy that creationists had cited his work
  • Plan to Require Evolution To Be Taught in Schools / October 24, 2007 / John Chambliss / The Ledger (Lakeland, Florida)
  • St. Bernard study casts doubt on creationism / 23 October 2007 / contact: Aeron Haworth / EurekAlert!
  • The Genetic Boundaries of Evolution / October 23, 2007 / Babu G. Ranganathan / The Conservative Voice
  • UCSB Research Sheds Light on Evolution Evidence / October 22, 2007 / Evan Sherwood / Daily Nexus (University of California, Santa Barbara) — the aquatic Hydra was the first animal to develop light-receptive genes about 600 million years ago
  • What Darwinism Can’t Do / October 20, 2007 / Chuck Colson / Christian Post — the intelligent design (ID) movement has been accused of being religion masquerading as science
  • LETTER: “American physics implosion” / October 2007 / J. C. Phillips / Physics Today, v.60, n.10, p.16 — a review of two recent books compares string theorists’ faith in their own transcendental insights to the Great Disappointment of 1844, in which religious leader William Miller and his followers renounced worldly goods and awaited the Second Coming

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