Respectful Insolence

Archives for March 1, 2007

One antidote to creationism

I apologize for submitting you to the previous three creationist videos. I realize that they were pretty mind-numbing, and then there was that cheesy Christian rock ballad. So here’s one antidote. (Warning: The video is nearly two hours long; even I haven’t had time to watch the whole thing yet.) And it happened at one…

Here’s the finale of my audience participation project for today. I’ve saved the “best” for last. This short video, called Science Refutes Its Own Laws?, is the target. Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to answer the questions contained therein and/or demonstrate why they represent typical creationist canards, and do it without…

A creationist asks: What came first?

Here’s part 2 of my audience participation exercise. This is a continuation of my audience participation/open thread set of posts for today. It’s called “list the creationist fallacies.” This post is part 2 of this endeavor. This short video, called Which came first, the DNA or the protein?, is the target. Your mission, should you…

Busy, busy, busy last night and all day today until late, namely because I’m out of town on business. My schedule has been packed, and I won’t be home until late. There’s no time to post one of my characteristic pearls of verbosity. So what do I do when this happens? Be grateful that YouTube…

The 55th Meeting of the Skeptics’ Circle has been posted at The Second Sight, and EoR has bowed to the higher energies of the universe in organising this edition based on the numerological vibrations of the submitters. Numerology is, of course, a science that has been proven by thousands of years of traditional use, dating…