Thursday, May 13, 2021

Canceling biology

Richard Dawkins certainly never saw this coming. I warned him, and everyone, that post-Christianity is not compatible with science, indeed, that Christianity was not only necessary for scientody, but is arguably necessary for a functional scientistry as well. Now we're learning that even the history of science is being canceled:

A university has been slammed by academics for putting Charles Darwin on a list of 'racist' scientists as part of a guide to 'decolonise' its biology curriculum. 

Sheffield University has created a handbook for students and lecturers in its science department to help 'tackle racial injustice' by 'reflecting on the whiteness and Eurocentrism of our science'.

As part of the guide, the department created a list of 11 'problematic' scientific figures - including Darwin - whose views 'influenced the type of research they carried out and how they interpreted their data'. 

An explanation next to the 19th century naturalist's name says that Darwin 'believed that his theory of natural selection justified the view that the white race was superior to others'.

With the exception of James Watson, the list of problematic scientific figures reads like a who's who of atheist heroes. Atheists have falsely claimed that science and Christianity are incompatible for decades, but what they've learned in just three short years is that it is science and social justice which are totally incapable of coexisting.

Ronald Fisher

Known for: Pioneered the application of statistical procedures to the design of scientific experiments. He was a Professor in the Eugenics department at University College London.

Sheffield's view: He believed that races differed 'in their innate capacity for intellectual and emotional development'.

One of his works, The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection, 'endorses colonialism, white supremacy, and eugenics and discusses his belief in the higher and lower genetic value of people according to their race'.

Carl Linnaeus

Known for: Formalising the modern system of naming organisms

Sheffield's view: He applied his system of classification to position human races, with white Europeans at the top, and black, indigenous, and other people of colour groups gradually descending his hierarchy.

James Watson 

Known for: Proposing the double helix structure of the DNA molecule with Francis Crick

Sheffield's view: The 93-year-old has previously made outwardly racist public comments about the innate inequality of people from different races, particularly with regards to intelligence.

Thomas Henry Huxley 

Known for: Supporting Darwin's Theory of Evolution, and proposing connections between development of organisms and their evolutionary histories.

Sheffield's view: Huxley's belief that 'no rational man, cognizant of the facts, believes, that the average negro is the equal, still less the superior, of the average white man' was used as justification for segregation. 

Francis Galton

Known for: Coining the term 'eugenics', he was the first to apply statistical methods to the study of human differences.

Sheffield's view: He was obsessed with a eugenic 'utopia' in which the genetic elite were encouraged to breed, segregated from the sterilised underclass. It has been said that his work 'invented racism'.

Karl Pearson

Known for: Pioneering work in mathematical statistics and creating a methodology to identify correlations.

Sheffield's view: He believed strongly in racial segregation and that races other than his own were inferior. 

Alfred Russell Wallace

Known for: Co-developing the theory of natural selection and evolution with Charles Darwin, something Darwin is most often credited for.

Sheffield's view: He carried out all of his field observations in a colonial environment. In a similar concept to the 'Wallace line' separating biological realms, he drew a boundary line between what he classified as different ethnic groups in the colonial Dutch East Indies.

Henry Walter Bates

Known for: Expeditions of the Amazon rainforests where his studies led him to propose the idea of mimicry in unrelated animal species. 

Sheffield's view: Like Darwin and other explorers, he travelled and collected specimens from colonial South America and was a proponent of colonialism in the Amazon.

Julian Huxley

Known for: Supporting the theory of natural selection, he also worked for the Zoological Society of London and was the first director of UNESCO. His brother was the writer Aldous Huxley.

Sheffield's view: He was a prominent figure in British Eugenics Society and believed that the lower classes were genetically inferior and should be prevented from reproducing and even sterilised.

JBS Haldane

Known for: Introducing the 'primordial soup theory', which became the foundation for the concept of the chemical origin of life.

Sheffield's view: He published a book in 1924 describing the use of in vitro fertilisation for eugenics purposes. 

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Blogger Azure Amaranthine May 13, 2021 6:30 AM  


Read: Make accessible to the incapable.
^ Read: Unmake.

Blogger Harambe May 13, 2021 7:03 AM  

Who am I supposed to root for here?

Blogger Azure Amaranthine May 13, 2021 7:21 AM  

It's really about pruning disciplines that they can't parasitize effectively.

Oh, probably also because the entire field of evolutionary biology is one giant, neon, flaming "THE WAGES OF SIN IS DEATH" AKA Natural Selection.

Blogger Unknown May 13, 2021 7:41 AM  

I have always believed that to believe in Evolution is to be racist. How could you not? the races that appear more advanced are logically further along the evolutionary chain. The only antidote to racism is to believe all people are made in the image of God.

Blogger Bobiojimbo May 13, 2021 7:41 AM  

Eh... Doesn't feel like that great of a loss. Nothing new under the sun, and lots of history has been lost and forgotten, only for people to make the same discoveries later.

Blogger Doktor Jeep May 13, 2021 7:42 AM  

I'm all for the continental challenge where everybody goes home to their ancestral continents.

Oh but I dont think the Aarons will want to go back to theirs.

Blogger Newscaper312 May 13, 2021 7:49 AM  

Wow, science "Euro-centric", OMG!
How unexpected and wrong.
Its not like they invented it or anything...

Blogger Lushtree May 13, 2021 7:55 AM  

This is not a time to root for either side: it is a time for bitter shaudenfreude.

Blogger CM May 13, 2021 7:59 AM  

Next, CRT to be canceled for believing blacks are not capable of civilization.

Or not...

I think they want to bury the scientists that influenced CRT but state it in an unequivocal way. Better the plausible deniability of obfuscatory rhetoric and misdirection.

Blogger Glen Sprigg May 13, 2021 7:59 AM  

Well, if it diminishes Darwin's influence on science, I'm not going to complain too much. Besides, the spectacle of them eating their own is entertaining as hell.

Blogger CM May 13, 2021 8:00 AM  

I’m going with the ones that are more honest about their beliefs.

Blogger Doom May 13, 2021 8:07 AM  

How many were also gay or pedophiles? Asking for a friend.

As noted previously, who needs to be supported? Or should both sides be armed. Well, that would be a short fight. Still, I like the idea.

Blogger Ron Tomlinson May 13, 2021 8:24 AM  

Funny how a university is telling its academics what to think; acting, as is usual in these cases, as if the matter were settled ages ago and there's no room now for debate. Isn't it supposed to be the other way around?

Blogger Bernard Korzeniewicz May 13, 2021 8:29 AM  

Universities devolve to a yeshiva level.
And accelerate.

Blogger cheddarman May 13, 2021 8:48 AM  

Dawkins and his kind are parasites. They should have been removed from the host long ago

Blogger Jpc May 13, 2021 8:54 AM  

There's a concerted effort to go back to the pre industrial age.

Blogger Akulkis May 13, 2021 8:56 AM  

"Who am I supposed to root for here?"

Nobody. Enjoy the bonfire. The only neutrals are Watson and Linneus.

Blogger Gettimothy May 13, 2021 8:57 AM  

JBS Haldane

Known for: Introducing the 'primordial soup theory'

"The Conservative case for the war on soup"

Blogger dienw May 13, 2021 9:15 AM  

Bobiojimbo wrote:Eh... Doesn't feel like that great of a loss. Nothing new under the sun, and lots of history has been lost and forgotten, only for people to make the same discoveries later.
That is true; but that does not mean it is not tragic: The loss of life and destruction of peoples is not something about which an intelligent and principled man can simply say "so-what."

Blogger Harambe May 13, 2021 9:26 AM  

Jpc wrote:There's a concerted effort to go back to the pre industrial age.

Industry causes global warming and Covid!

Blogger Canadian Warlord May 13, 2021 9:30 AM  

The future of 'Science!' is easy to grasp - watch the history channel. It's George Tsoukalos and his babylon 5 hairdo, repeating the same 'mysteries' from spooky 1970s tv shows voiced by Leonard Nimoy.

Actually the most racist of all when you consider that everything old made by brown people, was actually aliens.

This approach has been described as a new religion also, but it's really passing the buck. God is now aliens too.

As to the canceled academics, Linnaeus and Watson stand out as two men who made observations and wrote them down. Instead of studying other peoples in their native environments, nowadays they could reach the same conclusions by walking the streets of blue cities - or just watching the news.

Blogger Some Guy May 13, 2021 9:33 AM  

Couldn't have happened to nicer people.

Blogger The Masked Menace May 13, 2021 9:38 AM  

Atheists are apes with hammers in a nuclear plant... it's all so reminiscent of this scene in "Beneath the Planet of the Apes" (1970 20th Century Fox).

Blogger Random May 13, 2021 9:49 AM  

Great work, guys! Now do a list of Jewish scientists and what they think about equality with non-Jews.

Blogger pyrrhus May 13, 2021 9:54 AM  

Who's left? "The Conservative case for witch doctors.."

Blogger Harry_the_Horrible May 13, 2021 9:54 AM  

Funny how Margaret Sanger and Margaret Mead don't seem to be on that list.
Maybe they weren't sciencey enough?

Blogger Crush Limbraw May 13, 2021 9:56 AM  

So I word searched SCIENCE CHRISTIANITY in DLL. Here is a quote from just one of the articles archived:
"Films About Scientists and Science that You and Your Children Should See • by Gary DeMar • (Christian history that most Christians don't know!)
While Egypt might be famous for the Pyramids, Rome noted for its roads, aqueducts, coliseums, and Greece celebrated for its philosophers and contributions to medicine, invention and the scientific method are almost exclusively a western enterprise that grew out of a Christian worldview. While not all the great scientists were Christians, they did operate within a worldview that was developed by Christians.
The idea that an experiment performed on one day would operate the same way under the same conditions the next day was foundational to the development of modern science. Christians believed in fixed creational laws because they believed that God had created the world in this way.
This is why science as an integrated worldview and methodology developed in the Christian West and nowhere else. " - copied from - - the sad fact is that most Christians don't know their history because their pulpits don't know it either. That is why DaLimbraw Library exists for those willing to learn and reclaim their history of conquering ignorance. Anyone can do it - so can you - just get started!

Blogger tuberman May 13, 2021 9:56 AM  

I've heard that Darwin was high up in the Satanist Masons, and it was his job as an 'Influencer' to convince people of atheism, but he never believed in atheism.

Apparently it's now time to do away with that lie, and to get closer to their truth.

Blogger Army of the Unborn May 13, 2021 10:01 AM  

Haha. Just sit back and watch the snake eat itself ass-first

Blogger Opus May 13, 2021 10:12 AM  

I as a school boy was rejected by The University of Sheffield (one of our red-bricks) - as well as every other Uni that I applied to - thank god. Later I dated a woman who had graduated from Sheffield in Zoology. I suppose everything she learned is now useless.

Blogger Pytor May 13, 2021 10:12 AM  

We must be reaching some breakout moment in genetics. They want to destroy access to information to keep the science of genetics for themselves. Like the way the Canaanite priests sat on alphabetic writing for 800 years before releasing it to the general public

Blogger RadixMalorum May 13, 2021 10:26 AM  

Perhaps once things get "decolonized" (collapsed) enough people will finally be forced to get past their cuckery and start taking the necessary actions to root out the parasites.

Blogger Barbarossa May 13, 2021 10:51 AM  

Coming next from the development office of Sheffield-upon-Wakanda...

Dear Valued Alumnus/Alumnae/AlumnX:

As you know, attendance at our dear Sheffield University is down. We suspect COVID or cord cutting or climate change but we shan't trouble ourselves over such trivialities. But what we do know is that while fewer students are here to learn about long-dead, problematic scientists they would never have heard of if we hadn't gone to the necessary trouble of pointing their transgressions out, the expenses to operate and maintain this hallowed institution have continued to mount despite such economizing efforts as removing the indoor plumbing at the International Dormitory.

Yours in Science!

Blogger rcocean May 13, 2021 10:55 AM  

Stalin and Communists used to shoot scientists who gave the Politically incorrect views. This is just warmed over Stalinism.

Blogger machinephilosophy May 13, 2021 11:12 AM  

I'm waiting for the next steps:

Natural Selection is white supremacist.


Reality is white supremacist.

and then:

Reality is a white supremacist illusion.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd May 13, 2021 11:25 AM  

Unknown wrote:The only antidote to racism is to believe all people are made in the image of God.
The several races are all made differently in the image of God. The evolutionary nonsense pushes the idea that the races are better or worse, but the godly view is that we are different.

Jesus is racist, go and do likewise.

Blogger Angels1978 May 13, 2021 11:28 AM  

The enemy of an SJW enemy is another SJW enemy.

Blogger Delaware Blue Hen May 13, 2021 12:01 PM  

One of these days (thanks to Biden) I expect to have to take CRT training. I plan to ask the instructors (assuming that they are of non-Northern European descent) if they believe that cultural appropriation is wrong. For an affirmative answer, I would then ask if they would seek forgiveness for their transgressions by getting rid of their phones, light bulbs, cars, clothes (made with modern fabrics), many foods (modern farming practices), stereo systems, etc. If whites are so evil, they should not associate with anything that has been contaminated by whites.

I think Vox is right--the struggle will eventually descend to whether we can keep indoor plumbing or not.

Blogger tdcommenter May 13, 2021 12:35 PM  

@35 there are fools pushing the simulation theory of reality. That leads to questions about a great programmer and back to God.

Blogger J8ke D May 13, 2021 12:37 PM  

I really loved the two Voxiversity videos on this.... Gave me plenty of ammo for debates with my Leftist sisters and Mom.

I can still see their mouth’s agape....followed by the predictable response. I think they even invented some “isms” during the ensuing meltdown.

Blogger Pathfinderlight May 13, 2021 12:38 PM  

Don't worry. None of them have to worry about Christians or our magical thinking anymore. Time to grab the popcorn and watch the action.

Blogger Veritax May 13, 2021 12:42 PM  

I wonder if Dawkins will become aware of how quickly he can become the Ellen DeGeneres or Caitlyn Jenner of "academics"? A hero one moment, disposable the next. Oh how quickly they may hollow out his legacy as well. It's hard to feel bad for a antitheist who espouses that teaching your child about Jesus is child abuse.

Blogger Th3 J3st3r May 13, 2021 1:10 PM  

The greatest irony is that science and atheism are incompatible. The heart of the atheist is the heart of the SJW. And as we know from Vox: those that can not keep up with the evolving narrative will be eaten by their own.

Blogger CarpeOro May 13, 2021 1:53 PM  

Pretty good illustration of something that I have thought for some time: when you measure the world in terms of man you never get a solid answer because man changes. When you measure it in terms of God, you get an actual answer that is constant. Mankind has always been a horrible basis for measuring/defining reality

Blogger SmokeyJoe May 13, 2021 2:11 PM  

@ 6 Doktor Jeep

"I'm all for the continental challenge where everybody goes home to their ancestral continents."

That'd be great! Except our great grandchildren would relive the fable of the Ducks and Hens. We seem to never learn.

Blogger Ingot9455 May 13, 2021 2:16 PM  

@27 To add to Crush Limbraw, pretty much the first historically recorded controlled scientific experiment is in Daniel 1:5-16. All of our scientific method comes from the Bible. (For Crush to add to his page)

Blogger map May 13, 2021 2:31 PM  

Pytor wrote:We must be reaching some breakout moment in genetics. They want to destroy access to information to keep the science of genetics for themselves. Like the way the Canaanite priests sat on alphabetic writing for 800 years before releasing it to the general public

Modern genetics completely demolishes the theory of evolution. The process of natural selection through random mutation is simply not possible, so disciplines that contribute to this line of thinking are largely on the wrong path anyway.

Mutations rarely provide any advantages. Random mutations are far more likely to be deleterious. It simply is not possible that "complexity" can result in the creation of different species. It would mean that a man and woman will eventually give birth to a baby that is a different species from both of them...and for this species itself to survive, this miracle would have to happen millions of times to prevent inbreeding.

Heck, if the theory of evolution was correct, then Bigfoot could be real.

Instead, genetics built around DNA eschews mutation, fights to preserve its genome at all costs, and favors stability over long periods of time. The observed changes that Darwin noted were simply variances of the phenotype of an existing species, where environmental pressure can influence expression. The genotype does not change.

Blogger Eugenius BEar May 13, 2021 2:54 PM  

What most folks fail to realize is that Science is actually a philosophy. It is a philosophy rooted in the idea that a) absolute truths do exist and b) reason, guided by experimentation and measurement, can be used to uncover or discover those absolute truths.

Atheism, another philosophy, by its very nature is incompatible with the idea that absolute truth exists. Atheism has as its foundation the idea that order comes from disorder or nothingness, given enough time for serendipitous random events to occur.

So yeah....true Science and Atheism are 100% incompatible with one another. True Scientists, have as their end, the desire to better know God or gods (if you were an ancient Greek). Atheistic Scientists (for lack of a better term) are utilitarian in nature and only seek knowledge in so far as it allows them to manipulate the world to their benefit or provide justification for their sexual predilections.

Blogger MrNiceguy May 13, 2021 2:55 PM  

Maybe you could point out that they're the real racists...

Blogger Eugenius BEar May 13, 2021 3:14 PM  

Perhaps once things get "decolonized" (collapsed) enough people will finally be forced to get past their cuckery and start taking the necessary actions to root out the parasites.

Precisely.....that is the point of a chastisement - to help us grow back our balls.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine May 13, 2021 4:17 PM  

"The genotype does not change."

I disagree. It degeneratively diverges into variant conditionally stable configurations, each having and lacking certain parts of the original depending on what is currently necessary to perpetuate. Over time these stable rivers remix with each other into new configurations, but it is probabilistically certain that possibilities from the original are slowly lost over time, one by one.

Eventually, if we are allowed to get that far and in absence of miracles, all that remains will be something like a genotypic rock with no remaining flexibility to fit new conditions. If conditions move on it will shatter. Hopefully as the Bible says, the rocks will rise to praise the Lord where men have not.

Blogger Darren May 13, 2021 5:22 PM  

@Delaware Blue Hen "I plan to *ask the instructors*..."
Good luck! There's a reason many of these corporation shakedown guilt gigs are moving towards pre-recorded webinar / video series (for which your staff are mandated to pass quizes proving they consumed the nonsense).

Blogger CostelloM May 13, 2021 5:33 PM  

Why doesn't Sheffield save itself the trouble and just print: "Hees beeez white and shiiit" for each scientist. And it better be an audio book as your core audience will of course not be able to read, that too being white and shiiit.

Blogger Canada78Bear May 13, 2021 5:34 PM  

I vote we let them eliminate it. The history of the medicine is nice but not relevant really.

Then, they will be able to reintroduce the educational material learned by those sharply dressed gentlemen from Germany in the 40's produced by unsavory means.
By redacting the sources completely it becomes clean research.

If they don't listen to reason, then get out of their way and let them run into the wall. We know the outcome, plan around it.

Blogger kerdasi amaq May 13, 2021 6:05 PM  

Although, if I were Richard Dawkins, I, probably, wouldn't care about this SJW attack. How much social damage is this going to inflict on him? Are the books he has sold going to be unsold? Does he have to refund his royalties? He's at the end of his career with his pile made and all that's left for him is a long journey into darkness.

Blogger Unknown May 13, 2021 6:16 PM  

When they say whites are privileged, they mean IQ-privileged. In an average score kind of privilege stack. Call them out on it, and how 'privilege' could be measured.
The 'adultery' commandment isn't about sex, it comes from the root to adulterate and refers to bloodlines. God made people different and wanted them kept that way. Mingling bloodlines caused more health problems, from rare, obscure genetic conditions to worse mental health. Coveting covers lust for fornication or cheating on your spouse. Thou shalt not adulterate is Keep your bloodlines clean - or else.
Simulation theory is a warm-up to the death cult i.e. kill yoself because you were never alive and you'll become a cyborg, because we r smarties!

Blogger Unknown May 13, 2021 6:35 PM  

@47 speciation and it occurs when outbreeding happens in a single generation, that's why so many mixed race people have fertility problems and rarely have grandchildren. Humans are already evolving apart from one another, genetically. This is the way God made us, different and becoming moreso, so wouldn't it also be God's plan? Mysterious ways. Genetic distance among other things are concepts verboten in biology. God made us distinctly.

They keep trying to use Out of Africa despite it being impossible with Neanderthal DNA in white people, Multi Regional is the correct hypothesis to explain this

God made us genetically distinct in many ways e.g.
and since God made everything, any property of genes, including mutation or selection, is also His. I'm not about to question his wisdom from pride. His reasons are not ours.

It's a property of the system, not the organism. People forget Darwin was a Christian.
There are also epigenetic mutations e.g. poverty brain changes suppressing present day white IQs and de novo mutations e.g. pregnant mother eats GMO food. It's a useful paradigm but not gospel and was never intended to be. Origin of the Species begins with animal husbandry talk.

Blogger Akulkis May 13, 2021 6:36 PM  

>> Atheistic Scientists (for lack of a better term) are utilitarian in nature and only seek knowledge in so far as it allows them to manipulate the world to their benefit or provide justification for their sexual predilections.

The Kinsey Institute comes to mind.

Of course, to put his finger on one of the balance plates, Kinsey chose his subjects from the county jail in Marion County, Indiana, so as to assure a higher than average percentage of sexual deviates for his statistical samples.

Blogger Kevin Smith May 13, 2021 7:02 PM  

Vox just gave you some of the most devastating ammo against the 'I fucking love science'/atheist crowd, and you're worried about who to root for? Politics, culture and epistemology are not football.

Blogger Unknown May 13, 2021 7:56 PM  

They want to teach the controversy but no school in the West teaches Origin of the Species because it discusses race. If evolution is real, so is biological classification. They are inseparable so the SJWs do sense a genuine threat this time. Behavioural genetics will show them up regardless so it's all moot and pissing in the wind.

Blogger Unknown May 13, 2021 8:00 PM  

The green freaks are Eden worshippers. It's all rebranded cults from spinoffs of Christian symbology. The idea the world was perfect before humans ruined everything - Eden. The idea humans are like the virus speech in the matrix - original sin. They're Christians but with reprobate minds fixated on the creation, not the Creator.

Blogger John Rockwell May 13, 2021 8:06 PM  


That is not the definition of adultery. That is heresy. That is ignoring what the Scripture describes what Adultery is.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine May 13, 2021 9:40 PM  

"speciation and it occurs when outbreeding happens in a single generation"

No, it does not. We like to draw hard distinctions where none exist in order to categorize things so we can think about them easily, hence a species is spoken of as if it became distinct at a precise point in time, but that is essentially never the case.

Further, many things certain parties consider to be separate species are very clearly not. A slight difference in coloration does not a separate species make, for one dishonest money-grubbing example. I'm sorry, did I say one? I meant several hundred, if not orders of magnitude higher, of that exact rationalization and nothing more.

"People forget Darwin was a Christian."

Not at the time you're thinking of, or ever again after it. Sorry, that rumour about a deathbed confession? Made up by a female relative in attempt to divert the social stigma of atheism at the time.

"That is not the definition of adultery. That is heresy."

I'm gonna have to pull a both/and on this one. That is very nearly the definition of adultery, but that is NOT what the commandment is referring to. This can be seen as a superset of what the commandment is referring to, adulteration rather than adultery.

Blogger Eugenius BEar May 14, 2021 4:49 AM  

The only people who think the 6th commandment doesn't forbid adultery are adulterers.

Blogger Avalanche May 14, 2021 9:31 AM  

"even the history of science is being canceled"

Great list for home schoolers? Where to start on the history of 'science' and its split from / disagreements with Christianity and the outfall from those?

Blogger Avalanche May 14, 2021 9:35 AM  

@6 "I'm all for the continental challenge where everybody goes home to their ancestral continents."

Could we institute (okay, FORCE) a global swap program? If you hate colonizing, wouldn't de-colonizing involve you going back to your ancestral homelands and kicking out the colonizers? Kinda like the Russia taking in White farm families from South Africa? And old Marcus Garvey trying to ship his con-racials back to africa till the @#$%^&* "White" politicians exiled him to Jamaica to stop him from freeing US from the burden of ex-slaves?

Blogger Avalanche May 14, 2021 9:42 AM  

@10 "Well, if it diminishes Darwin's influence on science, I'm not going to complain too much. Besides, the spectacle of them eating their own is entertaining as hell."

OOPS! "If the fire starts burning down the neighbor-I-hate's townhouse two doors down, I'm not going to complain too much." {wince}

FIRST drive out the fire-starters, then LATER we can try to re-educate our OWN folks!

Until we remove the poison that is these vermin AND their masters/enablers, sorry-(((not-sorry))); then enjoying the destruction of OUR ... everything ... isn't worse than whistling past the graveyard!

Blogger Avalanche May 14, 2021 10:11 AM  

@47 "Darwin noted were simply variances of the phenotype of an existing species, where environmental pressure can influence expression."

For beginners -- or those wishing good and useful ammo for discussions with / challenges to evolutionists:

"Icons of Evolution" and "Zombie Science: More Icons of Evolution" by Jonathan Wells. He also has some good YT speeches and such. He shows the proofs of, e.g., "phenotype variation" as being WELL within normal species variations and flat-out lying and cherry-picking -- and the refusal of 'modern' 'science' to clear up their lies and cherries!

After struggling as much of my 'solid' underpinning for a belief in evolution was washed away by truth, I now have usable examples to query true-believers and try to start them down the path.

An especial fav:
The "evolved/evolution-caused" preponderance of *dark*-gray pepper moths in coal-burning London and their proportional return to their more normal light-gray coloration, once the erstwhile soot-blackened trees no longer made the light ones more visible to hungry birds. STILL taught everywhere.

Add in the cherry picking back then of gluing or pinning light moths to the dark trunks IN the daylight and counting bird-lunches ... when it turns out those moths are nocturnal AND never land on trunks but hide on the underside of canopy branches! (Well's legitimately excuses the 'scientist' for those mistakes, because he was in the very-most beginning of the scientific method, and did not have a ladder tall enough to reach the canopy.

Excellent books!

Blogger michimartini May 14, 2021 10:13 AM  

Found the vegan. 😉

Blogger Avalanche May 14, 2021 10:15 AM  

@55 " Richard Dawkins... a long journey into darkness."

It's not dark where he's going; he'll have LOTS of strong firelight to see by!

Blogger Critias May 14, 2021 2:24 PM  

@68 "Icons of Evolution" and "Zombie Science: More Icons of Evolution" by Jonathan Wells.

Thank you for these!

Blogger Azure Amaranthine May 14, 2021 2:25 PM  

"The only people who think the 6th commandment doesn't forbid adultery are adulterers."

You're right. However, adulterino has a very confused point somewhere in there.

Adultery is a wicked action that causes or leads to adulteration.

Adulteration is the wicked subset of transformation-via-admixture.

Blogger Akulkis May 14, 2021 5:19 PM  

How many of those sooty-colored moths of London were sooty-colored because they had soot on them?

When soot levels decrease, so did the number of soit-covered moths.

Mystery solved.

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