Introduction to phrenology as practiced in Victorian Britain by my great-great grandfather, George Burgess, who learnt the art phrenology while in America finishing his apprenticeship in stone cutting
Science is a form of knowledge beyond the grasp of most everyday people. Many concepts and theories are too complicated for some to even consider trying to understand. Instead we place faith in our superior minded scientists to produce knowledge that we can rely on. To me this seems as though we...
This article summarizes the various UFO sightings and other strange phenomena reported in New Mexico's San Luis Valley. The article also tries to provide a scientific explanation for sightings of what could be described as alien spacecraft.
A hard look at what the facts are and how science either ignore or misreads the evidence.
Uniformitarianism is a scientific assumption concerning the constancy of natural laws. Christians criticize it, but their alternative ignores Ockham's razor.
Can time travel be proven scientifically? Or has it perhaps been proven already? Recent experiments indicate that time travel into the past may very well be possible, unlike previously believed.
Those that offer a theistic explanation for first causes are often accused of engaging in a type of reasoning characterized as "God of the Gaps." I explain why this accusation is unwarranted.
The principle that nothing comes from nothing might not hold with today’s physicists. When it comes to the beginning of all known things there are really only two choices; either you believe that something always existed or something was created out of nothing. Really, though, it depends on what...
Who are the scientists - what do scientists do - what is science anyway? Where does technology fit in?
It's time to quit horsing around. We have had signs, we have had omens, and we have had factual scientific proof. It's time. It's time for ALL of us to get to work.