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Kenneth M Lipp commented on Kenneth M Lipp's blog post Islamophobia, a misnomer
"@Prog Rock Thank you, I'm glad you were able to get something out of it. I am recently moved ti the UK, and have been amazed at the proliferation of accommodationalism in British society for unreasonable practices. 20000 girls in England are at…"
Nov 28, 2010
Kenneth M Lipp commented on Kenneth M Lipp's blog post Islamophobia, a misnomer
"@Glen Excellent points, all. There are no moderate tenets of the Muslim faith; cetainly there are many moderates who claim Islam as their own, however they have not been arrested for murder--given their proximity to non-believers and the…"
Nov 28, 2010
Prog Rock Girl commented on Kenneth M Lipp's blog post Islamophobia, a misnomer
"I really appreciate this post. I have heard the term "Islamophobia" quite a lot, even among atheists. People also stereotype Christians under the (not so unreasonable) assumption that Christians follow the commonly held beliefs of…"
Nov 28, 2010
Glen Rosenberg commented on Kenneth M Lipp's blog post Islamophobia, a misnomer
"Kenneth, It is reasonable to fear and to expose the tenets of Islam. To elaborate on my point Islam is extreme. When the press characterizes the destructiive actions of a few as loose-canon departure from the normalcy of a peaceful religion; the…"
Nov 28, 2010
Kenneth M Lipp commented on Kenneth M Lipp's blog post Islamophobia, a misnomer
"Thanks Glen. All the name calling, it's ad hominem. It is reasonable to fear."
Nov 28, 2010
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Nov 28, 2010
Glen Rosenberg commented on Kenneth M Lipp's blog post Islamophobia, a misnomer
"I agree and add "extremists" as a misnomer in the same class as Islamophobia."
Nov 27, 2010
Kenneth M Lipp commented on Kenneth M Lipp's blog post The first in a three part series on epigenetics, transhumanism, and future human evolution.
"@Jim I agree that there is a legitimate science, I just don't believed it usurps genetics as a clinical paradigm, and I certainly don't think we can exercise the kind of conscious control which Lipton promises."
Nov 14, 2010
Jim DePaulo commented on Kenneth M Lipp's blog post The first in a three part series on epigenetics, transhumanism, and future human evolution.
"I read Lipton's book The Biology of Belief, and not only is he off the wall, he gives the legitimate biologist who are working in epigenetics a black eye. There is strong evidence that there is connection between our hormones, enzymes,…"
Nov 12, 2010
Kenneth M Lipp commented on Kenneth M Lipp's blog post The first in a three part series on epigenetics, transhumanism, and future human evolution.
"Thanks, Jim. Please feel free to visit the blog site. The real danger in this kind of quackery is that it diverts sick people from receiving real treatment."
Nov 12, 2010
Jim Adams commented on Kenneth M Lipp's blog post The first in a three part series on epigenetics, transhumanism, and future human evolution.
"What a great information...............!!"
Nov 12, 2010
Kenneth M Lipp commented on Kenneth M Lipp's blog post The first in a three part series on epigenetics, transhumanism, and future human evolution.
"On, no. I'm highly critical of the epigenetic "revolution." It's in the post, this is just the intro. Perhaps that was a mistage, I'll post the full text."
Nov 11, 2010
Thomas True commented on Kenneth M Lipp's blog post The first in a three part series on epigenetics, transhumanism, and future human evolution.
"I wish you luck with this concept. I wouldn't be in such a hurry to start trying to manipulate millions of years of evolution with purposed genetic manipulation. There is always a surprise in the shadows when you are dealing with genetics."
Nov 10, 2010
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The first in a three part series on epigenetics, transhumanism, and future human evolution.

Epigenetics is a relative infant field of scientific study, but has lately led to some very bold declarations about the future of biomedical research and therapy. The discovery of specific links between extra-genetic components puts new talking points at the disposal of transhumanists and champions of “conscious evolution” like Dr. Bruce Lipton, author of The Biology of Belief and Spontaneous Evolution, to help bolster claims that we are on the brink of a “New Biology” in which we can learn to…See More
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"Spontaneous Evolution" Maybe one day, but still just not real. More not science.

Posted on November 28, 2010 at 2:55am 0 Comments

I was writing and playing with picasa web albums some, and came across the site for Dr. Bruce Lipton's latest book, Spontaneous Evolution. I also wrote these words on this cat picture. You can do unicorn stickers and stuff too.



Something is certainy ridiculous. Read on:…



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Islamophobia, a misnomer

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The first in a three part series on epigenetics, transhumanism, and future human evolution.

Posted on November 11, 2010 at 4:08am 6 Comments



Epigenetics is a relative infant field of scientific study, but has lately led to some very bold declarations about the future of biomedical research and therapy. The discovery of specific links between extra-genetic components puts new talking points at the disposal of transhumanists and champions of “conscious evolution” like Dr. Bruce Lipton, author of The Biology of Belief and Spontaneous Evolution, to help bolster claims that we are on the brink of a “New Biology” in which we can…

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At 10:51am on February 10, 2010, Atheist Princess said…
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At 5:53am on February 10, 2010, Kalypso said…
Welcome to A/N Kenneth, and thanks for the friend request.

Cheers!
At 10:55am on February 9, 2010, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Here's a friendly Hi to Kenneth M Lipp in Birmingham, AL

We are pleased to welcome you here among the sensible, rational people of this world.

This is a fantastic meeting place with its 14,500 bright people like you who recognise religion for the superstition and brainwashing fraud that it is---
and that God and gods are nothing but fictions wasting space in people's heads.

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