The marriage diversity conundrum
1 May 2012 |
tags: diversity, same-sex marriage
Even the most disinterested life-form would be defeated by the marriage diversity agenda.
The barbarian inside the gates
25 Apr 2012 |
tags: Breivik, Norway, psychiatry
How can we know whether Breivik is sane or insane, responsible or not responsible?
Will humanity perish without the internet?
20 Jan 2012 |
The 24-hour shut-down of Wikipedia was a bold gesture which proved what, exactly?
Liberation or victimisation for over 60s?
13 Sep 2011 |
tags: elderly, sexual revolution
Sex for the elderly is a tidy little earner for cosmetic surgeons and Big Pharma.
The rainbow crisis
14 Jun 2011 |
tags: colors, South Africa
Unless scientists discover some new primary colours, politics faces a bleak future.
23 Mar 2010 |
tags: DSM-5, psychiatry
We need psychiatrists to tell us whether we are bad, sad, or mad. But how do they know? They look it up in the DSM. And who writes the DSM?
Monkeying about with evolution
18 Jul 2008 |
Why do some people of faith distrust evolutionists? The reasons can be found in the notorious Scopes Monkey Trial.
Is it kiss and make up for science and religion?
24 Jan 2008 |
Two leading science bodies in the US have agreed that acceptance of evolution and belief in God are compatible.
Fighting an addiction bureaucracy
22 Feb 2007 |
A British doctor insists that drug addiction is not a disease, but a response to personal and existential problems -- and can be cured by an effort of the will.
The God Delusion
27 Jan 2007 |
tags: atheism, God, Richard Dawkins
Richard Dawkin's tale, full of sound and fury, raises questions about his own grip on reality.