Platonic Fullerene Chemistry and Humanoid Evolution

Lisa R. Parker

This article is about supporting those many people who intuitively believe that there is an evolutionary change in human consciousness, one that is taking place for the betterment of the global human condition. Without that intuition, the future of humanity would remain bleak. It is now possible to use the […]

What You Can Learn on a Visit to a Planetarium

Lisa R. Parker

A Planetarium is a specially designed dome-shaped theatre for viewing educational and interesting astronomical shows. What you learn will depend on the planetarium you visit, the shows they offer and perhaps even who you visit with. A group of 11 year old school kids will learn different aspects of astronomy […]

A Strange Waltz Around A Blue Ice Giant

Lisa R. Parker

Strange things happen in the cold twilight of the outer Solar System. In this faraway region, four gigantic planets entice observers on Earth with their tantalizing treasure trove of delightful, shocking, weird, and wildly wonderful mysteries. The banded, beautiful, and blue ice-giant Neptune is both the most distant giant planet […]

Critique of Michael J. Behe’s Book: "Darwin’s Black Box"

Lisa R. Parker

At the beginning, Behe defines Darwinian evolution as ‘a process whereby life arose from nonliving matter and subsequently developed entirely by natural means.’ But he tempers evolution viability with questions raised from ‘irreducible complexity’ in the biochemical processes. Assailing unanswered questions arising in evolution theory, Behe contends: “At the tiniest […]