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A great resource for those interested in evolutionary thought, cognitive science, artificial life and artificial intelligence. It encourages relevant scientific research and analysis and articles that promote these and related concepts. An antidote for the resurgent emphasis on I.D.
A website dedicated to some of the world's greatest geniuses. Some are well known, some not so well known and some, are downright obscure. Highly recommended for anyone interested in the lives of those who have made a difference.
A chronology from the 7th millenium BC to the present day, with brief explanations of events in the history of Western natural philosophy and sciences. A nicely organized site.
Spartacus Educational - Science Links
Part of the Spartacus Educational website, a section with a vast number of links to other sites pertaining to science issues.
A microbiology information portal containing a vast collection of resources including articles, news, frequently asked questions, and links pertaining to the field of microbiology.
National Science Teachers Association
The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), founded in 1944 and headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, is the largest organization in the world committed to promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all. NSTA's current membership of more than 53,000 includes science teachers, science supervisors, administrators, scientists, business and industry representatives, and others involved in and committed to science education.
New archaeology - unearthing our past
Whether its ancient british hillforts, the lives of the celts, roman pottery, the dark ages, the architecture of the middle ages, Elizabethan theatre or the industrial revolution that interest you, archaeology has something to offer you. A site featuring General Archaeology with a British focus.
-Archeology - history writ large.
The Human Nature Review
...their "main aim is both to act as host to original work and to seek to create an enabling space, a forum for constructive (including constructively critical) discussion and critiques of the terms of reference and assumptions of various approaches to the understanding of people as individuals, in groups, in institutions, in societies and as political and ideological beings."
-An excellent site that puts serious meat on the "bones" of our modest little site.
The Abuse of Modern Science and Origins
...author, Jerry Bergman, sheds some much needed light on areas of science where "abuse" is rampant. To quote Bergman "Science is an important method of knowing, but it is limited and can be a limiting factor in achieving knowledge progress. Science often does not work as its advocates claim, and is far less a perfect way of knowing than often supposed. To understand this dilemma helps one to use science for knowledge gain, not to limit progress. All ways of knowing have their limits and advantages, and all should be used as a unit to best insure progress."
-An alternative point of view.
Science and You