Tag Archives: intelligent design

10 Pseudo-Science Theories

by | June 21, 2014

Esther Inglis-Arkell lists “10 Pseudo-Science Theories We’d Like to See Retired Forever” for io9: As Inglis-Arkell says, Pseudo-science theories are a little like puppies. They’re fun, fluffy things to talk about, and most of the time they’re harmless. Sometimes, however, they get big, mean, aggressive, and have to be put down. Here are a few… Read more »

Harper Collins Insists on Filing Religious Book in Science Category

by | February 11, 2014

Here is a quick follow up to my post about religious books sneaking into science sections of bookstores. A very nice customer representative called me and told me that they completely agree that the book, Darwin’s Doubt should be filed under Religion and that it will be filed this way in the stores (because they… Read more »

Religious Books Sneaking into Science Sections in Book Stores

by | February 10, 2014

Last week I engaged in vigilante book re-categorization at Chapters-Indigo. I moved Stephen Meyer’s book from the Science section to the Religion section. I had written Chapters-Indigo last year (more on this below) and they had agreed to re-categorize the book, so I wasn’t sure what happened at this store and I was too tired… Read more »