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File Constance Areson Clark, "Evolution for John Doe: Pictures, the Public, and the Scopes Trial Debate" (2001)
"The Journal of American History" March 2001, pp. 1275-1303.
Document "Creationists at the gate" (2005)
"The Boston Globe" January 29, 2005.
Document Susan Jacoby, "Caught Between Church and State" (2005)
"The New York Times" January 19, 2005.
Document "The Crafty Attacks on Evolution" (2005)
"The New York Times" January 23, 2005 Sunday, Pg. 16
Document Sharon BEGLEY, "Tough Assignment: Teaching Evolution To Fundamentalists" (2004)
"Wall Street Journal", December 3, 2004; Page A15.
Document Alexander R. Pruss, "Divine Creation and Evolution" (2005, unpublished)
Document Michael D. Lemonick, Noah Isackson, Jeffrey Ressner, "Stealth Attack On Evolution" (2005)
"TIME" Monday, Jan. 31, 2005.
Document Roger Highfield, "Science's scourge of believers declares his faith in Darwin" (2005)
"The Daily Telegraph" (Filed: 05/01/2005)
Document Barbara Forrest and Glenn Branch, "Wedging Creationism into the Academy" (2005)
Document Michael Shermer, "The Fossil Fallacy" (2005);
Document Jonathan Wells, "Weed Poses Problem for neo-Darwinism" (2005)
Document Joyce Howard Price, "Researcher claims bias by Smithsonian" (2005)
"The Washington Times" February 13, 2005;
File "Theory, fact and the origin of life" (2005)
"Nature. Structural and Molecular Biology" February 2004, vol. 12, no. 5, s. 101.
Document David Chartrand, "The evolution-creation debate: No theory left behind" (2005)
"The Kansas City Star" Wednesday, March 02, 2005;
File "Creating controversy" (editorial) (2005)
"Nature Cell Biology" February 2005, vol. 7. no. 2, s. 99.
Document Bob Holmes, "Alive! What do you need to create life?" (2005)
"New Scientist" February 12, 2005, p. 2.
Document Stephen Pincock, "Creationism: from the US, with love" (2005)
"The Scientist" Feb. 28, 2005, Volume 19, Issue 4, p. 12;; kreacjonizm w Wielkiej Brytanii
Document Denyse O'Leary, "National Geographic Cheerleads for Darwin, but Drops the Baton" (2005)
Document Jonathan Wells, "Darwinists Prove Computers Work!" (2005)
Center for Science & Culture, Evolution News & Views;
Document Michael Foust, "Teens & creation/evolution: Most see God's handiwork" (2005)
"BP News";
Document Nick Matzke, "Note to meteorologists: You're next" (2005) --- Summary: In this essay, the author suggests that creationists have singled out evolutionary biology for denial for no objective reasons, as similar (usually fallacious) arguments can be suggested against any other science. As an example, Matzke disusses meteorology, whose concepts are plainly contrary to the Bible's many assertions of God directly causing meteorological phenomena such as rains, floods, and the like. Matzke suggests reasons for creationists's leaving meteorology alone while feverishly assaulting evolutionary biology. This essay has invoked an inordinately prolonged and heated discussion (several hundreds comments posted to the thread on Pandas's Thumb weblog).
Document Allan Dobras, "Desperate Times for Darwinism? We Can Only Hope" (2005)
Document Richard Cohen, "Backward Evolution" (2005)
"The Washington Post" Tuesday, April 12, 2005; Page A21;
Document William Dembski, "Quoting, Misquoting, Quote-Mining" (2005)
Document Richard Dawkins, "Creationism: God's gift to the ignorant" (2005)
"The Times" May 21, 2005;,,592-1619264,00.html
Document Cornelia Dean, "A New Screen Test for Imax: It's the Bible vs. the Volcano" (2005)
"The New York Times" March 19, 2005;
Document George F. Will, "A Debate That Does Not End. The most widely publicized misdemeanor case in American history went to trial 80 years ago this month in Dayton, Tenn." (2005)
"Newsweek" July 4, 2005;
Document "Scientists take evolution fight online. National Academies sets up Web site to defend theory" (2005)
Reuters June 10, 2005;
Link Gary S. Hurd, "Dino Blood Redux" (2005)
"Talk Reason" --- Over a decade ago Mary Higby Schweitzer began her research career by announcing that she and professor Jack Horner had discovered evidence of blood residues in a Tyrannosaur rex femur. There followed many years of creationists' distortion of those findings which they presented as support for a young Earth (see G. Hurd, Dino Blood and the Young Earth). In April of this year, Schweitzer and Horner were again at the center of a media circus prompted by their announcement that this time they had discovered blood vessels and identifiable cells. The creationist reaction was immediate. Hurd reviews these new discoveries, their presentation in the popular media, and the sadly predictable creationist responses.
File Susan J. Lolle, Jennifer L. Victor, Jessica M. Young & Robert E. Pruitt, "Genome-wide non-mendelian inheritance of extra-genomic information in Arabidopsis" (2005)
"Nature" 24 March 2005, vol. 434, pp. 505-509; --- Abstract: --- A fundamental tenet of classical mendelian genetics is that allelic information is stably inherited from one generation to the next, resulting in predictable segregation patterns of differing alleles. Although several exceptions to this principle are known, all represent specialized cases that are mechanistically restricted to either a limited set of specific genes (for example mating type conversion in yeast) or specific types of alleles (for example alleles containing transposons3 or repeated sequences). Here we show that Arabidopsis plants homozygous for recessive mutant alleles of the organ fusion gene HOTHEAD5 (HTH) can inherit allele-specific DNA sequence information that was not present in the chromosomal genome of their parents but was present in previous generations. This previously undescribed process is shown to occur at all DNA sequence polymorphisms examined and therefore seems to be a general mechanism for extragenomic inheritance of DNA sequence information.We postulate that these genetic restoration events are the result of a template-directed process that makes use of an ancestral RNA-sequence cache. --- Omówienie w języku polskim: --- Komentarz Jonathana Wellsa:
Document Gianpietro Malescio , "Concept: Predicting with unpredictability" (2005)
Nature 28 April 2005, vol. 434, s. 1073. --- Abstract: Random numbers: from stone casting to computers to radioactive decay, the generation of random sequences has always preoccupied mankind.
Document Clint Cooper, "Authors say public still holds misconceptions of Scopes trial" (2005)
"Chattanooga Times" May 29, 2005.
Document Mario Seiglie, "DNA: The Tiny Code That's Toppling Evolution" (2005)
"The Good News" May-June 2005;
Document Taede Smedes, "A Review of: The Cultures of Creationism: Anti-Evolutionism in English-Speaking Countries. Ed. by Simon Coleman and Leslie Carlin" (2005)
"Ars Disputandi" 2005, vol. 5;
Document Kirk Brower, "List of Five Questions on ID, creationism and Christianity" (2005)
File Taede Smedes, "A Review of: The Cultures of Creationism: Anti-Evolutionism in English-Speaking Countries. Ed. by Simon Coleman and Leslie Carlin" (2005) pdf
"Ars Disputandi" 2005, vol. 5;
Document "Nearly Two-thirds of U.S. Adults Believe Human Beings Were Created by God" (press release)
Document Dennis R. Trumble, "One Longsome Argument" (2005)
"Skeptical Inquirer" March/April 2005, Volume 29, Number 2;
Document Ronald Bailey, "The Myth of Millions of Years. Creationist cosmology is full of wormholes" (2005)
"Reason" Online July 20, 2005;
Document "Over 400 Scientists Convinced by New Scientific Evidence That Darwinian Evolution is Deficient" (2005)
"Discovery Institute News"
Document Tony Watkins, "What you need to know about the evolution debate" (2005)
"Christianity" August 2005; --- Can Genesis and Darwin both be true? Many Christians are adamant that their view of Genesis 1 and 2 has God's seal of approval. In the first of a two-part feature Tony Watkins calls for humility and mutual respect for various viewpoints as he outlines six things you need to know about this controversial subject.
Document Tony Watkins, "10 Things You Need to Know about the Evolution Debate. [Part II]" (2005)
"Christianity" September 2005;
Document Michael Ruse, "Speech at the 1993 Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, at the symposium The New Antievolutionism" (1993)
Document Ronald Bailey, "Creation Summer Camp. Live from the 2005 Creation Mega-Conference" (2005)
"Reason" Online July 19,2005;
Document George Neumayr, "The Monkey Wrench" (2005)
"The American Spectator" Published 7/29/2005 12:11:37 AM; --- 80th anniversary of the Scopes trial.
Document Charles Petzold, "Maxwell, Molecules, and Evolution" (2005)
Document Patrick J. Buchanan, "What Are the Darwinists Afraid Of?" (2005)
"Human Events"
Document Joe Manzari, "Scopes Turns 80" (2005)
"The American Enterprise" September 2005;
Document Jodi Wilgoren, "Seeing Creation and Evolution in Grand Canyon" (2005)
"The New York Times" Thursday, October 6, 2005;
Document Paul Nelson, "The Whole Question of Metaphysics" (1993)
"Origins Research" 1993, vol. 15, number 1;
Document APS Education Statements, 81.1 STATEMENT ON CREATIONISM (2005)
Document John Hedley Brooke, "Secular religion" (review: Michael Ruse, Evolution-Creation Struggle) (2005)
"Nature" 6 October 2005, vol. 437, no. 7060, s. 815.
Document Charles Sullivan and Cameron Mcpherson Smith, "Getting the Monkey off Darwin's Back. Four Common Myths About Evolution" (2005)
"Skeptical Inquirer" May 2005;
Document "The whole world, from whose hands?" (2005)
"USA Today" 10/10/2005;
Document Christoph Cardinal Schönborn, "Creation and Evolution: To the Debate as It Stands" (2005)
Christoph Cardinal Schönborn's First Catechetical Lecture for 2005/2006: Sunday, October 2nd, 2005, St. Stephan's Cathedral, Vienna;
Document Christoph Cardinal Schönborn, "In the Beginning God Created..." (2005)
Second Catechesis: "In the Beginning God Created..." on November 13, 2005, St. Stephan's Cathedral, Vienna;
Document Cornelia Dean, "Helping Out Darwin's Cause With a Little Pointed Humor" (2005)
"The New York Times" December 27, 2005;
Document Roger Highfield, "Pandas give thumbs-up to theory of evolution"(2005)
"Telegraph" Filed: 29/12/2005;
File Georgia Journal of Science 2005, vol. 63, no. 3
Contents: --- John V. Aliff, "Teaching Evolution and the Challenge of Intelligent Design: A Symposium" s. 144 --- Barbara Carroll Forrest, "Inside Creationism’s Trojan Horse: A Closer Look at Intelligent Design", s. 153 --- Massimo Pigliucci, Joshua Banta, Christen Bossu, Paula Crouse, Troy Dexter, Kerry Hansknecht and Norris Muth, "The Alleged Fallacies of Evolutionary Theory" s. 167 --- Keith B. Miller, "Countering Public Misconceptions About the Nature of Evolutionary Science" s. 175 --- Taner Edis, "Why "Intelligent Design" is More Interesting than Old-Fashioned Creationism" s. 190;
Document Dan Vergano, Cathy Lynn Grossman, "The whole world, from whose hands?" (2005)
"The USA Today" Posted 10/10/2005 10:49 PM Updated 10/11/2005 12:06 PM;
Document Lael Weinberger, "The evolution of an idea" (2005)
"Journal of Creation" 2005, vol. 19, no. 1, s. 43–45;
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