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Poorly used design
Poorly used design
October 20, 2018
Does misuse of a designed object imply it was designed poorly?
By Shaun Doyle
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A broken climate pacemaker?—part 2
A broken climate pacemaker?—part 2
October 19, 2018
Can the uniformitarian Milankovitch climate forcing theory of climate change be saved with other data?
By Jake Hebert
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UK government targets creation in independent schools
UK government targets creation in independent schools
October 18, 2018
Under the guise of protecting school pupils against indoctrination, hypocritical moves are afoot to propagate scientific materialism.
By Dominic Statham
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Inselbergs
Inselbergs
October 17, 2018
The incredible geological features that defy explanation within a secular interpretation.
By Michael Oard
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