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  Category: Articles » Articles by Author » Author: Dr. Randy Wysong
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1.Impossible=Possible
Even if the chance that all the events coming together perfectly to create life on Earth is virtually an impossible probability with staggering odds (which it is), we are told by evolutionists that it should not matter. As the physicist Stenger says, "Why not? Given all possibilities, why shouldn't ...
[Added: 12 Jan 2007   Hits: 1040   Words: 926]

2.Determinism
Materialists believe that all the energy and matter in the universe is governed by physical laws. A planet circles a star at a precise distance from it, electrical impulses travel along neurons in the brain and blood circulates in ...
[Added: 14 Jul 2006   Hits: 564   Words: 676]

3.Rationale for Creating the First "Un-Cereal™"
The advent of agriculture about 10,000 years ago and the subsequent scale-up to mass feeding made possible by the Industrial Revolution solved problems of quantity but not quality. Average life span has increased paralleling these changes, due in large part ...
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4.Proving Evolution With The Dictionary
Specious reasoning and clever crafting of definitions can make about anything appear to come true. As John Mackay (1852) observed, "When men wish to construct or support a theory, how they torture facts into their service!" Mackay, J. (1852). ...
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5.Is Vitamin E Lethal?
Recently the news carried the story that a researcher had discovered that taking vitamin E at a level of 400IU or more increases the risk of death. (Jan 2005, Annals of Internal Medicine http://www.annals.org/content/vol142/issue1/) I was immediately suspicious because I have studied the scientific ...
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6.You are Closer to Being Vitamin C Deficient Than You Think
Okay, so you think you are doing pretty well with your diet. You prepare most of your meals at home, don't eat much junk food and aren't a fast food eater only rarely. You think vitamins are pretty much nonsense—particularly since you are eating so well—and ...
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7.Self Determination - Making The Most Out Of You
Breaking the mold of being a child is difficult. The mere addition of years does not make that happen. The dependency many adults choose, in fact, keeps them in a child-like mentality. If the doctor makes our health decisions, ...
[Added: 20 Jan 2006   Hits: 364   Words: 1216]

8.The Case AGAINST Raw Frozen Pet Foods
For some 25 years I have alerted the public to the dangers of exclusively feeding heat processed foods. Companion animal feeding has progressed – actually digressed – from table scraps and real foods the family could spare to today's "100 % complete" ...
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9.Why Modern Medicine is the Greatest Threat to Health
There is the underlying assumption that modernity translates into better health. A corollary of this logic is that we can live our lives pretty much as we want because we can always buy a repair. You know, the car won't start, the TV is broken, the telephone is dead ...
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10.Are Things Hopeless?
On its face, judging from what we get in the media, it would seem our world is spiraling into the abyss. Putting aside that "doom and gloom" is a profit center for the media, there is reason for concern but also reason for hope. ...
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11.Health And The Economy
We normally do not think that health is related to economics other than with regard to the costs of medical care. But there is another more fundamental way money impacts our wellbeing. If you could not pay your bills or had to worry about where the next meal ...
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12.Fish Out of Water
We measure our world by the limits of our knowledge and experience. If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to treat everything like nails. Bigotry, bias, and prejudice are all words that describe this limited view (hammer) each of us tends to embrace and apply. ...
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13.Fish Oil
The research in support of dietary omega-3 fatty acids (such as in fish oils) continues to flood the scientific literature. This is perfectly predictable given our genetic roots. In the wild, eating natural raw foods, we would be consuming large amounts of omega-3 fatty acids daily. But today, ...
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14.Keeping A Distance From Religion
A primary reason evolution is believed by many is because what is thought to be the alternative, religion, is feared, dreaded and unthinkable. And it is true that scientific advances only occurred because knowledge was wrested from the autocratic clutches of ...
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15.Crime and Punishment
I can't get too excited about victimless crimes, that is to say crimes in which the only victim is the person committing it. Those who want to self-destruct – provided the consequences are not shouldered by others – have ...
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16.Biophilia
Have you ever wondered what causes that warm glow inside, the sense of peace and exhilaration when walking through the woods or sitting by the ocean and watching the sunset? How about the beauty of a fresh snowfall clinging to trees, the smell and feel of the first warm ...
[Added: 20 Jan 2006   Hits: 331   Words: 584]