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She Cannot Define A “Woman”

Ketanji Brown Jackson, the Leftist activist that the Democrats want to plant on the U.S. Supreme Court, can’t even define what a woman is. Here, she’s asked by Marsha Blackburn, Republican Senator from Tennessee. More from The Officer Tatum.

Fox News host gives his take on Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson not defining what a woman is on Tucker Carlson Tonight.

Even better than Tucker’s argument is the British woman Kellie Keen calling for trans swimmer Lia Thomas to be removed from the competition against biological women. “Are you a biologist?,” asks a man sitting nearby her in the stands. “No,” she answers, “but I don’t need to be a vet to know what a dog is.”

Human Guinea Pig Grants

Alec Baldwin creepy tweet! Q-Anon decodes! Black agencies getting massive grants to develop “brain interface technology” they will use on the masses! Unaccountable dark groups doing biological testing on humans and animals with government funding! More from McAllister TV.

The Messy Tree Of Life

Taxonomy, a method for naming living things and sorting them into groups, is a powerful tool and one that modern biology wouldn’t be able to function without. But trying to shoehorn the messy, complicated web of interrelationships that is biology into neat boxes has resulted in a pretty messy tree of life. And straightening it out is going to take a lot of time and effort. SciShow host Olivia Gordon explains.

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Male/Female: So Confusing?

Singer Sam Smith announces non-binary pronouns. Is this a decision rooted in biology?

Ashley McGuire, author of Sex Scandal: The Drive to Abolish Male and Female, explains the confusion surrounding gender identity. More from PragerU.

God’s Fingerprint

“Fibonacci numbers are of interest to biologists and physicists because they are frequently observed in various natural objects and phenomena. The branching patterns in trees and leaves, for example, and the distribution of seeds in a raspberry are based on Fibonacci numbers.

A Sanskrit grammarian, Pingala, is credited with the first mention of the sequence of numbers, sometime between the fifth century B.C. and the second or third century A.D. Since Fibonacci introduced the series to Western civilization, it has had a high profile from time to time. Recently, in The Da Vinci Code , for example, the Fibonacci sequence is part of an important clue.”

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In this episode of the Numberphile, Dr. Holly Krieger from Murray Edwards College at the University of Cambridge, outlines the mathematical sequences that under lay Fibonacci numbers.

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And here, SerialBrain2 connects the dots, drawing upon the Fibonacci work in mathematics, physics and biology, to begin to show the intelligent design of galaxies and star systems, as well as some of the nefarious forces here on planet Earth that are intent to hold us back, to block our knowledge and to drive a wedge between mankind and our creator.

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Google Memo Fallout

What can be learned from Google’s firing of James Damore and the hostile response to the discussion of Google’s current diversity initiatives? Dr. Jordan Peterson joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the intense backlash to James Damore’s Google diversity memo, the reaction to their respective interviews, biological differences between different human beings, Marxists using outcome inequality to push for totalitarianism and the problem when people stop communicating.

Dr. Jordan Peterson is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto, a clinical psychologist and the author of Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief.

(EDITOR’S NOTE: YouTube has now removed and censored this video. In its absence, we bring you another video from Bitechute where Stefan Molyneux takes a look at Google and its censorship problems as well as the fallout from the James Damore case.)

Simply Irreplaceable

Scientists recently released a list of the most biologically important locations on the planet, surprisingly coming up with 137 of them. In this edition of “SciShow,” Hank Green takes you on a tour of four of these gems, elaborating on why they are simply irreplaceable.

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Brushing Up on Frog Facts

In this edition of Zefrank1, the nimble frog leaps into the limelight. The frog boasts a transparent eyelid, relies on its permeable skin for oxygen and sheds its skin every couple of days before eating it. Tune in for more amazing true facts about this graceful amphibian.

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Raiding Your Brain

Because our brain is an electrical device, it can be interfaced with other electrical devices. So, with all the advances in technology, is it possible to hack your brain? Combining an ear implant with laser light, scientists agree the prospect of controlling the brain is possible. Check out this latest version of AsapSCIENCE for more details.

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Your Pee is Pollution

Ever wonder what happens after you flush? You should, because your pee is causing problems! Hank Green talks about how, and why, human waste is having weird effects on the natural world, like homicidal fish and hermaphroditic frogs.

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