The Principle of Comparative Difficulty Applies to Flat Earth

Michael Behe writes on the Principle of Comparative Difficulty: If a simple task is too complex, then a more difficult task is impossible. It’s a way to know when scientists are exaggerating. They make grandiose claims about what they can do, but fail to show evidence for their most basic claims. If a high jumperContinue reading “The Principle of Comparative Difficulty Applies to Flat Earth”

Measuring the Sun

This article was prepared and written by @rokro11, not Stacey McStationary, and is a guest article appearing on this site.  If you have any questions or comments you may contact @rokro11 on Twitter or leave a comment below. The last article was about measuring the moon.  This article will be about measuring the moon’s brotherContinue reading “Measuring the Sun”

It’s Time to Question the Moon Landing

Oliver Stone helped move the Overton Window on the Kennedy assassination. His film JFK, drawing from Jim Marrs’s book, paints a picture of what could have happened that day. At first it wasn’t common to question the narrative; the official story was generally accepted. But many began to question the details surrounding the President’s death, and nowContinue reading “It’s Time to Question the Moon Landing”