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cranky The Delusion Resistance 2005 Dec 06
     ... UFOlogy . religion . evolution . prophecy ...
"There are many people out there who haven't made a decision for Jesus yet. Some are avid believers in UFO's, and/or evolution. Some have involved themselves in strange religions or occult practices and are looking for an avenue to the truth. Some are riding the fence where their beliefs are concerned and some haven't thought about what to believe."

anti Anne's Anti-Quackery and Science Blog 2005 Oct 07
     ... resources . medicine . evolution ...
"Skeptical view of alternative treatments and medical misinformation, pseudoscience, myth, conspiracy, Intelligent Design, religion, critical thinking, science and the scientific method."

cranky Evolution 2005 Jul 02
     ... evolution ...
"Well, I guess you can make up any kind of a story about how something *might* have happened. But just because it *could* have happened a certain way doesn't mean that it did. Evolutionists make up a story about how something might have happened and then dare you to prove that it didn't. This is not science as I know it. But they seem to have gotten away with this little scam for quite a while with no major challenges from other scientists. I wonder why? Also, when you are talking about gross anatomy, it's probably easier to envision how change could occur through a small series of intermediate steps. However, when you're talking about complex biochemical processes that are in delicate balance and will not work without all the components, it's a little harder to explain it in terms of gradual modification."

crankiest An Evolutionary Manifesto 2005 May 04
     ... evolution ...
"Among those questions are the following: Is evolution finished? Is sexual reproduction incapable of supporting evolutionary change? Is selection, natural or artificial, incapable of producing new life forms? In contrast to the Darwinian view, has evolution proceeded by means of leaps (saltation) rather than gradually through intermediate forms? Is there an alternative to Darwinism which, unlike that hypothesis, is compatible with all the facts revealed by paleontology, embryology, cytology, taxonomy, physiology and genetics? Do internal factors have a role in evolution? Is evolution irreversible? Is the individual, rather than the population, the instrument of evolutionary change? Are there laws governing evolution? Is there compelling evidence that evolution (phylogeny), like the development of the individual (ontogeny), involves the release or derepression of preformed information? Finally, the most controversial question of all: Has evolution been guided? With the exception of the last question, to which no certain answer will probably ever be given, I will answer yes to each of these questions."

illucid End of the World 2005 Feb 12
     ... apocalypse . evolution ...
"The world will end soon, only 5 FIVE, generations left for civilised MAN. I would like to extend the theory of evolution, life in the universe is based on the following pattern. ... MAN does not know it but his DNA is very week, although the dominant species. MAN realizes that without evolution, their DNA is becoming unstable. The DNA of MAN is very unstable, and MAN realises that HE will become extinct soon. MAN can genetically engineer a comet to send seeds of his him self and his environment into space so that another planet can evolve like the earth did. MAN chooses not to reproduce any more. The cycle continues."

crankiest Science Criticism 2004 Sep 19
     ... evolution . physics ...
"Author's research on the morel mushroom shows unheard of effects in biology and evolution including phenotypic variations, repetitious evolution and a reversion anomaly. ... Simple and Unquestionable Mathematical Proof that Kinetic Energy is not (1/2) m v2 but m v. ... About ninety percent of physics is corrupted by the error. ... The biology of anthrax shows that it is not a significant biological weapon. It is promoted to get public support for an anti-terrorist campaign and increased police powers. ..."

crankier The Secret of Nature 2004 Sep 19
     ... grand unification . evolution . religion . Intelligent Design ...
"Though humanity claims to have made enormous progress both scientifically and spiritually a simple review tells us both these world exist in absolute ignorance of the Reality of Nature. Science has gone out to exploit nature on partial and contradicting pieces of knowledge. It does not explain fundamental questions such as what causes gravity, what is mass, why speed of light is the maximum speed, why uncertainty, why dominant and recessive gene, why triplet code and so on. At the spiritual level, humanity has gone out to exploit human weakness to build organized forces that are fighting fiercely and causing immense misery and destruction in the name of God. Mother Earth is quaking, burning, flooding and erupting under human conquering motive and corruption. This earth and its inhabitants has no hope unless Reality of Nature and oneness reveals it self, and humanity gets into an self order."

crankier Theory of Evolution Disproved 2004 Apr 06
     ... evolution . Scientific Creationism ...
"Most people today have learned about the 'theory of evolution' at some point during their grade school years, and assume this theory is fact. Though most people do not know the story behind the theory of evolution, who proposed the theory, why it is called a 'theory', and how this theory is simply that, a THEORY, which does NOT hold water. Below is some information we gathered from different sources on the subject which we feel are true."

crankier Montalk 2003 Sep 20
     ... new age . conspiracy . extraterrestrials . evolution . philosophy . physics . New World Order . religion ...
"It is the intent of this site to present viewpoints and ideas that push the boundaries of fringe knowledge. Hopefully, this helps you become aware of new choices and better utilize your freewill. Whether your path is to serve yourself or serve others, knowledge assures that choices are made in full awareness and lessons are gained with full efficiency. Here you will find original articles devoted to fringe topics. To put it simply, material on this site has three themes: what's out there, how to get out there, and how to defend against those who try to keep you back."

cranky The Degeneration of Man 2003 Jul 24
     ... evolution ...
"Mutations are inevitable in human reproduction. Very few mutations are beneficial, probably far less than one in a thousand. The human developed under a severe environment. Beneficial mutations improved survival chances, and deleterious mutations were quickly eliminated by the environment. The result was a high birthrate, high death rate, and a short life, but the process of evolution thereby maintained a lean and healthy gene pool. The human conquered its environment with tools, clothing, shelter, medicine, high food production and compassionate cultures. It gained a long life span and huge population growth. The environment no longer removes deleterious mutations unless they are immediately fatal. The human's gene pool is no longer maintained. The result is a rapid degradation in body and mind due to the accumulation without control of degenerating mutations in the gene pool. The rate of human descent is perhaps thousands of times faster than the rate of its ascent. Unless checked, the modern human (Homo sapiens), as a species, will soon collapse. The degeneration is already apparent."

cranky Descent of Man Theory: Disproven by Molecular Biology 2003 Jul 24
     ... evolution ...
"If the fossil record were not as complete as it now is, the standard evolutionist argument would apply, 'we just haven't found the missing link ancestor of modern humans yet.' ... More recent studies have confirmed the early work, likewise showing that human genetic diversity is far less than what one would predict from Darwinian theory. Dr. Maryellen Ruvolo (Harvard University) has noted, 'It's a mystery none of us can explain.' (4). Examinations of the genetic sequences of diverse modern human populations reveals minor, if any differences (5). All of this evidence suggested a recent origin for modern humans. ... The fossil record indicates an accumulation of relatively rapid shifts in successive species, and certainly not any kind of gradualistic changes. ... 'The deleterious mutation rate appears to be so high in humans and our close relatives that it is doubtful that such species, which have low reproductive rates, could survive if mutational effects on fitness were to combine in a multiplicative way.'"

crankier The Eonic Effect 2003 Jun 19
     ... evolution . history ...
"At a time when theories of evolution are undergoing renewed controversy, discussion is hampered by the remoteness of the phenomenon of evolution, and the use of indirect inference to speculate about natural selection in processes that have never been observed. Adherents of Darwinism often defend textbook versions of the theory that have, in any case, often been held in question. The assumption that evolution occurs, and must occur, by random mutation and (non-random) natural selection is the crux of the dispute, and one unreasonably confused with issues of religion and secularization. The demonstration of non-random evolution in the eonic effect must severely caution Darwin's incomplete theory."

anti Aquatic Ape Theory: Sink or Swim? 2003 May 22
     ... evolution . anthropology ...
"The Aquatic Ape Theory says humans went through an aquatic stage in our evolution during the transition from the last common ancestor we shared with apes to hominids. This web page offers a critical examination of the Aquatic Ape Theory, treating it as a serious scientific theory. It is one of the few online sources that does so. There are many other web sites which deal with it, but they do not offer the critical examination which any theory needs to be given."

cranky 2003 Mar 11
     ... astronomy . biology . evolution . spiritualism ...
"Brain Research Laboratory ... Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about the Brain, Mind, Evolution, Emotion, Spirituality, Sexuality, Astrobiology and The Origin of Life ... But Were Afraid To Ask ..."

cranky Intelligent Evolution 2003 Mar 11
     ... evolution . grand unification ...
"A ground breaking new theory of life, the universe and everything. ... He has worked 25 years on this theory, and brought it to notice only last year. It is extremely difficult to envisage but had it not been, it would have been enunciated well before this." Available as ZIP compressed downloads.

crankier Repute 2002 Nov 16
     ... conspiracy . UFOlogy . religion . evolution ...
"This web page was created for the amusement and enlightenment of those people who are open to the acceptance of the truth about the world around us. I am not trying to convince anybody out there to believe me. I am not going to waste valuable web space by listing any of the sources that led me to my beliefs. These are simply true observations I have made during my brief lifetime on planet earth. If the viewer has any emotional problems with the facts being presented here, then I recommend you make your own web site."

crankier 2002 Aug 15
     ... evolution . conspiracy ...
"Why the theory of evolution? ... To be freed from prejudice ... Imaginary mechanisms of evolution ... The fossil record refutes evolution ... Tale of transition from water to land ... Deceptive fossil interpretations ... Evolution forgeries ... The scenario of human evolution ... The molecular impasse of evolution ... Thermodynamics falsifies evolution ... Conclusion; Evolution is a deceit ..."

crankier Handy Dandy Evolution Refuter 2002 Aug 15
     ... evolution ...
"But has science proved the case for evolution? To hear the boasts of many in science, education, and the mass media, the case has been proved. One of the purposes for Handy Dandy Evolution Refuter is to show that the scientific case for evolution has not been proved. There is, in fact, a strong scientific case against evolution, and this is automatically a scientific case for the only alternative, creation. In other words, the burden of proof is on believers in evolution, not on believers in divine creation, for God's work of creation cannot be explained by science. Evolutionary science is aimed at explaining how dumb, dead atoms transformed themselves in people in just three billion years. This means that evolutionists must prove that it really happened and also explain with testable scientific theories how it happened. Our little book shows that they have not achieved their goal. Therefore, creation by God continues to be a scientifically acceptable alternative. Furthermore, in the absence of an acceptable, demonstrable evolutionary explanation, all of the marvelous complex designs in living things speak authoritatively for the God of creation."

cranky Lloyd Pye 2002 Jul 26
     ... evolution . origins . extraterrestrials ...
"Everything you know is wrong ... Book one: Human origins ... Do it wrong the first time ..."

illucid The New Theory of Life 2002 May 13
     ... origins . evolution ...
"This is the newest theory of life. Heard here first. This is a VALID theory and many hypotheses have been tested to prove this a true theory. I call it the Theory of Rockage. Pronounced ROCK-AGE. You may find yourself enlightened or you may choose to stubbornly stick to your unprobven ideas of EVOLUTION or even worse the simple-minded idea taken straight from the Genesis, CREATION. Several new theories have come up in the past century, but with the dawn of a new millenium comes the most sensible conclusion. If you were to come back to this earth in a later life in 3 more centuries, you will find ROCKAGE is the theory that the majority of the PLANET bases its beliefs on. This may seem similar to evolution, but the origins are completely different."

cranky Harun Yahya 2002 Apr 21
     ... religion . evolution ...
"This web site has been developed with the aim of promoting and publicizing the works of Harun Yahya, a prominent Turkish thinker and author. His books have attracted great attention both in Turkey and worldwide. In the 90's especially, the works of Harun Yahya have been a means of intellectual awakening for many Muslims, and non-Muslims alike, in the face of the illusions of the modern age. In other words, the name Harun Yahya is an invitation to the truth."

cranky Center for the Study of Initial Bipedalism 2002 Apr 03
     ... evolution . paleontology . anthropology ...
"As a matter of fact, humanity did neither evolve from a branch of the ape-stock, nor from other quadrupedal antecedents. The genus Homo originated from a lineage peculiar to himself that came up from the ocean in remote times [the palaeontologists use the name Homo to specify some creatures like H. habilis or H. rudolfensis: for sure, I only use this appellation in Linnaeus' mind, i.e. regarding Homo sapiens, with his big encephalon and erect stature!]. Humans are indeed, among the vertebrates, the least removed from the ancient prototype, morphologically and anatomically. Man preserved the original orthograde body position of his lineage. This bipedal, former aquatic, form was not only man's ancestor, but also the ancestor of all the today living and extinct mammals, of the birds, reptiles, batracians and of the diverse water vertebrates. ... So, where do we really come from? First of all, we have to disregard the fossil records. Palaeontology only gives us indications about ancient fauna, and shows no evidence regarding the chronological order in which the series of vertebrates and invertebrates should be listed - and how they may have evolved!" In English, French, and German.

anti Thermodynamics for Two 2002 Feb 26
     ... Scientific Creationism . evolution . thermodynamics ...
"Something mighty close to that is what is happening whenever someone tosses out a line like, 'Evolution is impossible because it breaks the Second Law of Thermodynamics.' I know for a fact that I've heard that from folks who haven't a clue what any of the Laws of Thermodynamics are. But they've heard that really impressive-sounding line used in a lecture, or a tract, or maybe one of those tiny little comic books, or from behind a pulpit -- and because it sounds so scientific, they adopt it as one of their one-line slogans that 'disprove' evolution."

cranky The Origin of the Primates Y Chromosomes 2002 Jan 21
     ... evolution . biology ...
"In this article a new analytical method is proposed to classify apes and monkeys according their genetic distances from humans; most particularly the distances in mitrochondrial DNA (mtDNA) . The highly diversified monkey Y-chromosomes play a dominant role in this new method. Mitochondrial DNA is uniparentally inherited as we all know and is passed on from mother to son and daughter. As we shall see,also the mitrochondrial paternal inheritance plays a surprising role with monkeys and is passed on to every new generation by means of the male sperm cell."

anti Evolutionary Tales 2001 Dec 01
     ... evolution ...
"The concept of The Evolutionary Tales arose from two projects completely unrelated to each other: my creation/evolution reference book Dictionary of Science and Creationism, and my modern-English translation (with Eugene J. Crook) of Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales. What more engaging way, it struck me, to present evolutionary theory and the pseudoscientific nature of 'creation science' than through a recasting -- complete with rhymed iambic pentatmeter verse -- of Chaucer's classic?"

cranky Center for Renewal of Science and Culture 2001 Oct 09
     ... religion . Scientific Creationism . evolution . science ...
"Darwinists and others extrapolate such low-level variation into macroevolution, supposing that a grand evolutionary process is responsible for all of life's diversity and complexity. Even here, at the abstract level, it's certainly possible just to define 'evolution' as a gradual process by which God created the beasts of the field and the birds of the air. This is the sort of intellectual negotiation that many religious Westerners make. Their position is often called 'theistic evolution.' And if God is who theists say he is, then it's certainly possible, since God can presumably do what he wants. However, while this position might relieve some cognitive dissonance and help one avoid some fights, it fails to take account of how contemporary Darwinists define the term 'evolution.' They most emphatically do not mean some slow process of divine creation. They mean an unsupervised process of evolution, which draws its creative force from the interplay of random genetic mutation and natural selection. Some may give lip service to processes in addition to natural selection, but they do not allow for any non-naturalistic process, especially a theological one. So one might believe in both 'creation' and 'evolution' given some idiosyncratic definitions of the terms, but one can't believe both that life is created and intelligently designed, and that it is the result of a Darwinian evolutionary process. The two just don't fit."

anti No Answers in Genesis! 2001 Oct 09
     ... Scientific Creationism . evolution . skepticism ...
"Creationism is not the alternative to evolution -- ignorance is."

cranky The True.Origin Archive 2001 Oct 09
     ... evolution . origins ...
"This site provides an intellectually honest alternative to such pro-evolutionism websites as the 'Talk.Origins' Archive. Many proponents of evolution subscribe to a set of naturalistic and mechanistic -- if not humanistic -- philosophical presuppositions, which inevitably adds a fundamental bias to their perspective. This fact (which they zealously deny) severely erodes evolutionists? credibility, effectively disqualifying them from any claim to objectivity in matters concerning origins and science. Much of the material published on the 'Talk.Origins' pages (for example) embodies precisely such a pseudoscientific bias, often articulated under the pretense that it is the product only of purely objective and unprejudiced study."

cranky Babu Ranganathan's Logical Christianity Website 2001 Oct 05
     ... religion . evolution ...
"Is it possible to be scientifically minded and not believe in evolution? Well, it is important to distinguish between micro-evolution and macro-evolution. Micro-evolution which involves biological variations within a natural species or biological kind (such as varieties of dogs, cats, horses, cows, etc.) is truly scientific, but macro-evolution which teaches that biological variations in nature can occur and did occur across natural species or biological kinds (especially from simpler species to more complex ones) is not proven or supported by science even though it is widely taught as scientific fact. The famous nineteenth century naturalist Charles Darwin assumed that because micro-evolution ocurrs in nature then macro-evolution must also be possible, but the modern scientific evidence from genetics supports only the possibility of micro-evolution, or limited biological variation, occurring naturally in living things."

cranky Alternative Science 2001 Jan 21
     ... science . origins . evolution ...
"Scientists and inventors who were ridiculed by science ... Taboo subjects. Investigate these and you're a crackpot ... Richard Milton's outspoken column from Mensa Magazine ... NBC's film that made 'skeptics' foam at the mouth ... How the scientific police seek to patrol your minds ... Richard Milton's books on Darwinism and the Paranormal ... The real facts rather than the Scientific Urban Myths ... Bogus beliefs from people who should know better ..."

cranky Creation-Evolution Encyclopedia 2000 Jul 13
     ... Scientific Creationism . evolution ...
"An astounding amount of scientific evidence disproving evolutionary theory has been uncovered. Here is part of that evidence. Here are facts of true science which can help you and others. Knowing the truth about origins can help people live better, happier lives. You will find here the most complete collection of facts on this subject available on the worldwide web. Other creationist web sites are also listed."

fringe Dinosaur Extinction: The Volcano-Greenhouse Theory 2000 Jul 02
     ... science . evolution . paleontology . astronomy . geology ...
"The cause of the K-T [Cretaceous-Tertiary] extinctions is one of the great mysteries in science, and many scientists have proposed theories to account for it. Theories span a vast spectrum of causes including: sea level change, supernova explosions, climate change, and on and on. Beginning in the 1980s, two new theories became the topic of an intense scientific debate. They are the K-T impact extinction theory originated by the Nobelist physicist, Luis Alvarez, and his team, and the K-T Deccan Traps volcanism-induced carbon cycle perturbation extinction theory which I originated, which, for short, I call the volcano-greenhouse theory."

cranky When Pseudoscience Meets Honest Science 2000 Mar 24
     ... science . archaeology . evolution ...
"Man as old as coal ... The discovery of petrified human remains -- bones, teeth, and soft organs -- between anthracite veins in Pennsylvania proves man is as old as coal and therefore multi-millions of years older than the earliest emergence of the lowliest animal from which science has long claimed we evolved."

cranky Gar's Information Page 2000 Mar 15
     ... evolution . new age ...
"My ideas about our evolution ... Conceptual integration ... All about raindrop processes ... This document can be read from start to finish, page by page, to help the reader gain a deeper understanding of the process. It can be skimmed over to aid the reader gain a fundamental understanding of the process. It can be used as a reference if the reader wishes to read in further detail an aspect of the process. This document can be useful to people who are unfamiliar, quiet familiar or very experienced with this process."

cranky Jesus, Dinosaurs, and More! 2000 Feb 22
     ... Scientific Creationism . evolution ...
"... is a webpage of scientific evidence supporting the Biblical account of Creation. ... I created this Website to combat the evolutionary teaching found in the public school system and media. I will be presenting evidence that the theory of evolution is not a valid one. And that the Biblical account of Creation better fits with our knowledge of scientific laws."

cranky Michael Cremo and Forbidden Archæology 2000 Jan 06
     ... evolution . archaeology ...
"From its initial release in 1993 to the present, Forbidden Archeology has shocked and delighted readers around the globe with a veritable encyclopedia of anomalous scientific evidence challenging the standard views on human evolution. Join us in this fascinating intellectual excavation of a vast store of hidden knowledge and meet author Michael Cremo, who has planted a time bomb in the archives of conventional history."

anti Evolution vs. Creationism 1999 Dec 06
     ... evolution . Scientific Creationism . science ...
... is a large list of links regarding the scientific problems with Creationism.

anti The Archive 1999 Dec 06
     ... origins . Scientific Creationism . evolution ...
"... is a collection of articles and essays, most of which have appeared in at one time or another. The primary reason for this archive's existence is to provide mainstream scientific responses to the many frequently asked questions (FAQs) and frequently rebutted assertions that appear in"

cranky Center for Creation Science 1999 Nov 26
     ... Scientific Creationism . evolution ...
"... is a non-profit organization located in Phoenix, Arizona, dedicated to origins research. The questions below and many others are answered in a new book by Dr. Brown entitled In the Beginning: Compelling Evidence for Creation and the Flood. Some questions are answered right here.'"

cranky Science Against Evolution: Official Home Page 1999 Nov 25
     ... evolution . Scientific Creationism ...
"... is a California Public Benefit Corporation whose objective is to make the general public aware that the theory of evolution is not consistent with physical evidence and is no longer a respectable theory describing the origin of life."

cranky Creationary World 1999 Nov 14
     ... evolution . Scientific Creationism ...
"I myself am convinced that the theory of evolution, especially the extent to which it's been applied, will be one of the great jokes in the history books in the future. Posterity will marvel that so very flimsy and dubious an hypothesis could be accepted with the incredible credulity that it has. I think I spoke to you before about this age as one of the most credulous in history, and I would include evolution as an example."

cranky Creation vs. Evolution 1999 Nov 09
     ... Scientific Creationism . evolution ...
"This site was created in the hope that you too may see the mountain of evidence which exists on this important topic. We've been taught all our lives that evolution is science, and I'm here to tell you (and show you) that this isn't true! Explore this site and find out why!"

anti How Good Are Those Young-Earth Arguments? 1999 Nov 09
     ... Scientific Creationism . evolution . science ...
"A close look at Dr. Hovind's list of young-Earth arguments and other claims."

cranky Of God's Creation Through the Path of Evolution 1999 Nov 04
     ... Scientific Creationism . evolution ...
"The purpose of this Web Page is to offer a better understanding of the evolution of our universe. Some people accept the story of Genesis as written by devine providence, while others spend a lifetime searching for scientific proof of the creation. We will never know exactly how God created our vast universe. My desire is that I may help lay a foundation to support some of the [seeming] mysteries in the book of Genesis through research. This page is designed to explain how the outline of Genesis fits accurately with the discoveries of science in our own generation."

anti The ICR Cult's "Back to Genesis" Scam 1999 Aug 21
     ... Scientific Creationism . religion . evolution . cults ...
"... is for people who wish to learn about the 'scientific Creationism' religion in general, and the Institute of Creation Research cult's 'Back to Genesis' scam in particular."

anti Carboniferous human bones -- an evaluation 1999 May 27
     ... archaeology . evolution . paleontology . skepticism ...
"This document evaluates some of the claims of 'human bones in Carboniferous-age rocks' in eastern Pennsylvania, as presented by Ted Holden and initially discovered and interpreted by Ed Conrad. Ted and Ed have graciously provided specimens of their material for analysis, and the results are presented here."

newsgroup newsgroup 1999 May 27
     ... Scientific Creationism . evolution ...
... is the place on Usenet to go to discuss issues of creationism vs. evolution.

anti FAQ 1999 May 27
     ... origins . Scientific Creationism . evolution ...
... is the newsgroup FAQ.

cranky Evolution versus Creation 1999 May 27
     ... evolution . Scientific Creationism ...
"For over a hundred years now a battle has been raging over the origin of the Universe and man. Soldiers of Science have drawn the battle lines with each side using various scientific and non -- scientific theories as their weapons. Who will ultimately win the war depends on who holds the most powerful weapons."

cranky Creation Science 1999 May 27
     ... Scientific Creationism . evolution . origins ...
"Welcome to the Creation Science home page! Here you will find many resources related to the study of origins and science from a Creationist perspective."

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