I wonder how many of those opposing termination of pregnancy realize what causes by far the greatest number of abortions?
I’m confident that if I’m mistaken I’ll be corrected, but as I understand it, as with […]
Stafford Gordon commented on the post, Graphene shown to safely interact with neurons in the brain 6 days, 17 hours ago
I’d like to thank you for your learned contribution Alexander Khripkov; I only wish I could understand it. Perhaps you’d like to elaborate please Alexander.
Stafford Gordon commented on the post, Jeb Bush pins hopes on ‘someone in a garage’ to tackle climate change 1 week ago
I think the first prerequisite of answering a question is understanding it; and the level of scientific ignorance which has been reached over the last thirty years is terrifying.
But all is not lost, at least […]
Stafford Gordon commented on the post, Study shows animals with larger brains are best problem solvers 1 week, 3 days ago
The only thing I know about animal brain size is that a domestic animal’s counterpart in the wild has better problem solving abilities; there’s no need to elaborate on why that is, because the reason is […]
Stafford Gordon commented on the post, Another Year, Another Anti-Evolution Bill in Oklahoma 1 week, 4 days ago
“…Darwin’s religion”, sums it all up; opponents of descent with modification don’t even know how to distinguish scentific evidence from wishy-washy wishful thinking.
It’s depriving children of a vital element […]
The prefix “A” means not, or without.
Therefore, I’m atheist in the true sense of the word, in that I have no religious belief; and that’s the top and the bottom of that.
If anyone feels disposed to insult me […]
Stafford Gordon commented on the post, NUT leaders ‘colluding to undermine anti-terror policies’ 1 week, 5 days ago
Having said that, It would be no surprise to find that politically correct ideological nonsense was intruding, that NUT representatives at consultation meetings turned up with no idea about background issues, or […]
Stafford Gordon commented on the post, France to overhaul secularism teaching to help stop radicalisation 1 week, 6 days ago
Teach it as it is, not how anyone would like it to be; don’t try to turn an ought into an is.
Accommodationism must cease forthwith!
An interesting man, and a valuable intermediary in what could become one of the major sociopolitical debates of this century, global weirding notwithstanding.
One thing which I think needs to be kept in the […]
Thanks for sharing that Olgun; it’s interesting.
Our daughter Lauren has just gone to live in Australia, and at present she’s near Bondi Beach, Sidney, and being very open and friendly I’m sure she’ll make […]
Right now, the mosques are engaged in some serious indoctrination and are preaching hate. This is harm.
I agree Laurie; but what is their motivation for doing so I wonder?
I surmise that it could be one of a […]
Alan, faith schools were Blair’s brainchild, albeit their imlementation was carried out chiefly by the Tory Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove.
At least Cameron has had the guts to speak out about the […]
Are these fuckwits being paid?!
I thought they were volunteering to carry out God’s will on Earth.
During physiotherapy after having the medial cartilage removed from my right knee, the physio’ told me that she did acupuncture; she treated me, gratis, in her apartment on Rosslin Hill, Hampstead.
In other […]
Stafford Gordon commented on the post, Mother dies from cancer, leaves hilarious (and foul) letter to her family 3 weeks ago
Positive, loving and well grounded; great!
It makes me wish I could make my wife and daughters laugh a bit more.
Stafford Gordon commented on the post, Conservative Christians Are on a Mission in Public Schools 3 weeks, 2 days ago
This is perhaps a typical example of cognitive dissonance in the religious mentality:
Imagining that He that created everything, and hears all your prayers, fails to hear you misrepresenting his work.
I’m informed that, apparently, a scientific institution ran a deliberately faulty experiment on this very subject, in order to test the verasity of its scientists’ methodologies; as I recall, and as would be […]
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