Category Archives: ABC

Adams vs God – the rematch

I’ve long enjoyed listening to Phillip Adams interview interesting people on his Australian ABC’s Late Night Live program. Given that Adams is an avowed and somewhat evangelical atheist, this may seem strange. However, it is not, and I challenge any … finish reading Adams vs God – the rematch Continue reading

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Scientific panic about Answers in Genesis Creation Museum opening

I was fascinated by a report from the BBC, rebroadcast on Australia’s News Radio this morning, about the new Creation Museum just opened in Kentucky by AnswersInGenesis. I don’t want to discuss the creation versus evolution debate just now. Rather, … Continue reading Continue reading

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Virgin Birth – but it’s a Shark and a Mouse

“Virgin births are possible in female sharks, according to a new study that found a captive female bonnethead shark had reproduced without having been near a male in three years.” reports the ABC today. Director of the Henry Doorly Zoo … Continue reading Continue reading

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