Thoughts On the Gender Spectrum

Genders

Sex used to be simple. There were just two, defined and fixed at conception. Now intellectuals have discovered gender, asserting that “gender identity is a [cultural] construct” which, far from an either or phenomenon, is construed as a spectrum of genders blending from all female to all male.
As much as traditionalists may be appalled, based on findings from behavioral and biological sciences, the basic assertion that much of our sexuality is (or can be) culturally defined seems to be a fact. So, if it’s science-based, what’s the problem?

Climate Change is Real – Why Be Skeptical?

Climate change has been a constant in Earth’s history for some four billion years. It is a hot topic today mainly because people abuse language. Whether it is called “Climate Change,” “Climate Disruption,” “Global Warming,” or something else, it is really about Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) – the theory that man’s impact on the global environment through industrialization and burning fossil fuels is leading to dangerous, perhaps even catastrophic warming of the planet. Continue reading “Climate Change is Real – Why Be Skeptical?”

Science vs. Religion

I recently read that in 1981 the National Academy of Science approved the following statement; “Religion and science are separate and mutually exclusive realms of human thought whose presentation in the same context leads to misunderstanding of both scientific theory and religious belief.” Ian Barbour, “Religion and Science: Historical and Contemporary Issues,” (1997), quoted in […]