CreationWiki, the “Encyclopedia of Creation Science”, is one of my favourite websites to visit. This is not because of its stellar content, quite on the contrary, as most of what is said there is completely false, but because it allows me to gain an understand of what creationists are thinking and saying about evolutionary theory. The reason why it is better than Answers in Genesis or Creation Ministries International in this respect is that it is a community of people who have come together as one to fight what they [...]
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My music sub-site, Homologous Music, has been released!
Over the coming months, it will be a place for me to post music that I have recorded and written. Some pieces will have skeptical themes, from bagging Ray Comfort to praising my personal, all-powerful deity, Charles Darwin, and some will not.
The first piece up is called Reverence, and has been described by people who have heard it as being a little like the music you hear in the dungeons of Japanese RPGs.
Expect more pieces [...]
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Homologous Legs has been successfully transferred to its new domain: http://naontiotami.com! This means:
- better site design,
- better site usability,
- a shorter domain name,
- a more serious impression on visitors, and
- an inflation of my ego!
This can only be good! I hope you all enjoy the new site.
Sorry for all the announcements lately, but I have to let you know that the Young Australian Skeptics website is now up at http://www.youngausskeptics.com/.
I’ve written an article specifically for the site called “An Introduction to Christian Creationism”. Regulars to this blog probably already know what creationism is (hopefully), but you can still check it out if you feel you need a refresher on religious pseudoscience.
A podcast will also be launched in a few weeks (or around then), called (for now) the Young Australian Skeptics podcast. I’ll [...]
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If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ll probably know that I talk about evolution and creationism a lot. A LOT. But my interests are not simply about this issue, though it is clearly one of my main ones, and I wanted a place to be able to talk about general skeptical issues in the same kind of blog format as Homologous Legs, without the evolution theme.
Thus, Informal Skepticism was born. While there isn’t anything there yet, I will be updating it soon with a plethora [...]
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