“We are Forerunners. Guardians of all that exists. The roots of the Galaxy have grown deep under our careful tending. Where there is life, the wisdom of our countless generations has saturated the soil. Our strength is a luminous sun, towards which all intelligence blossoms… And the impervious shelter, beneath which it has prospered.”

And the science dunce cap goes to…

The Male Brain sent over this link a few days ago, and it’s just too good not to turn into a full post. It’s all about how scientists can reach two completely different results from the exact same data set: In a test of scientific reproducibility, multiple...

The dangers of an edifice complex

Trawling through teh BoobToobz on a Saturday evening is usually a dreary experience, but sometimes you do come across a gem or two that makes the effort worthwhile. One of these popped into my feed, thanks to the YouTube algorithms that evidently have noticed that I...

Tell us again how you f***ing love science

Being in my mid-thirties, and therefore a legitimate, card-carrying member of Ye Olde Phartes Clubbe – I have the hip and knee pains to prove it – provides a certain perspective on life that the younger and, shall we say, less world-weary among you...

Atheism is boring

Apparently the small-screen adaptation of famous atheist Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials series is pretty unwatchable, because absolutely nothing happens of any consequence to anybody: HBO’s latest fantasy offering is an adaptation of Phillip Pullman’s...

Communists have no class, Pt. 1: The Great Dictator

Our friend The Male Brain sent over a link to an article in the National Review talking about the dreadful legacy of Communism, and the disturbingly velvet-lined grip that Communists have on both the memories of the Russian people, and the current Western...

Pass the sick bag

Paul Joseph Watson’s biting analysis of the degeneracy of our modren society takes a strong stomach to watch, particularly toward the end: Remember what I said on Sunday about how Satan is out to do the most damage that he possibly can before he is finally...

The middle age of the Middle Kingdom

It has become very clear over the past few years that Samuel Huntington’s “clash of civilisations” hypothesis was eerily prescient, and that China will indeed become one of the primary belligerents in a roughly five-way global conflict. The Chinese,...

The utter folly of scientific materialism

Of late I have found myself feeding a long-dormant interest in some of the more knotty and difficult questions about the origin of life and its evolution. This was sparked by watching those videos from a few weeks back involving Dr. David Berlinski, a mathematician...

Death and glory

The greatest living Grandmaster of science fiction and fantasy, John C. Wright, responded to a reader of his blog and his work on the subject of whether or not the Kingdom of Christ Jesus has, indeed, been defeated and destroyed by the Godless Left: I have been...

Reintarnation

So I want to try a little thought experiment on all y’all. We Christians believe that, basically, this life is all you get. You are born with a body, a soul, and a spirit. This trinity is special in Christian doctrine, and with good reason, because it is a type...
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