Tag: science dogmatism
Human Parthenogenesis. The phantom article. Misinterpretations.
Christmas brought to me some “new” articles about one of the hot topics of the days: Parthenogenesis. After some reading and searching I was astounded to find out some sources claiming that parthenogenesis is not only possible for humans but that it has been possibly been observed too (1). (V: by the way, parthenogenesis in […]
Memories, illusions, arrogance…
Scientists claiming to be able to delete specific memories.  The important detail: the “deletion” was made by inhibiting the process of the formation of memories DAYS after the events that created the memories. How could that happen if that inhibitor only blocks the formation of memories? And how could the blocking of the creation […]
Where is memory stored? NO, we do not know!
Once more, another article claiming we have solved the problem of where memory is stored. (1) Atheists/ materialists are so eager to tag this problem “solved” that they have no issues in simply lying openly. But true science is not about who claims to have solved something. True science is about ACTUALLY and ACTIVELY seeking the […]
All of our life, a single measurement…
New research from the University of Adelaide shows that weight gain and increased head size in the first month of a baby’s life is linked to a higher IQ at early school age.  Do you remember that funny Lucky Luke comic (Lucky Luke Collines Noirs) with some funny looking anthropologists who wanted to study […]
How educated are your… genes?!?
Genetic factors may exert a tiny influence on how much schooling a person ends up with, a new study suggests.  Sure. We have “discovered” all other stupid things that we can based on genes, why not this too? Science dogmatism has beginning to look more and more dangerous. And we though of Hitler as […]
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