Daily Archives: March 1, 2014

Ken Ham’s Fake Noah’s Ark

by | March 1, 2014

The main reason I was wary about the Bill Nye debate vs. Ken Ham was not that Nye would lose and look foolish, but that the proceeds for the event would land right into Ken Ham’s coffers to further his program of teaching lies to children (aside: this video of Ham indoctrinating an auditorium of children… Read more »

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The Appropriation of Natural

by | March 1, 2014

Natural is an increasingly common buzzword used to market products, especially products consumers don’t need but are encouraged to want. This week two writers commented on the “pseudoscience” and “absurdity” that surrounds the word natural. A  revised version of Jerry Coyne’s post, “Is Whole Foods a Bastion of Pseudoscience?” was published in The New Republic… Read more »

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