| ||Abusing Science : The Case Against Creationism by Philip Kitcher |
| ||Age of the Earth by G. Brent Dalrymple |
A complete & accurate description of radiometric dating for the Earth and Solar System. Explains the evidence and logic that have led scientists to conclude that the Earth is 4.5 billion years old.
| ||Astrobiology by Monica M. Grady |
| ||Biogenesis : Theories of Life's Origin by Noam Lahav |
| ||The Blind Watchmaker : Why the Evidence of Evolution Reveals a Universe Without Design by Richard Dawkins |
| ||Bullshit and Philosophy by Gary L. Hardcastle and George A. Reisch (Editors) |
| ||Bullshit! Season 1 DVD by Penn & Teller |
| ||Bullshit! Season 2 DVD by Penn & Teller |
| ||Bullshit! Season 3 DVD by Penn & Teller |
| ||Bullshit! Season 4 DVD by Penn & Teller |
| ||Bully for Brontosaurus : Reflections in Natural History by Stephen Jay Gould |
| ||But Is It Science? : The Philosophical Question in the Creation/Evolution Controversy by Michael Ruse (Editor) |
| ||Climbing Mount Improbable by Richard Dawkins |
| ||Cosmos Boxed Set (Collector's Edition) DVD by Carl Sagan |
This is possibly the best science-related television series ever made, and demonstrated to a generation that the magnificence and beauty of reality exceeded anything that the supernatural and fantasy could offer. Anyone who saw it knows that there are billions and billions of reasons for wanting to see it again.
| ||Cosmos by Carl Sagan |
The book of the television series.
| ||Cradle of Life : The Discovery of Earth's Earliest Fossils by J. William Schopf |
| ||Creationism's Trojan Horse : The Wedge of Intelligent Design by Barbara Forrest and Paul R. Gross |
| ||Creationism's Upside-Down Pyramid : How Science Refutes Fundamentalism by Lee Tiffin |
| ||Darwin's Dangerous Idea : Evolution and the Meanings of Life by Daniel C. Dennett |
| ||Defending Evolution : A Guide to the Evolution/Creation Controversy by Sandra M Alters and Brian J Alters |
| ||Did Adam and Eve Have Navels?: Debunking Pseudoscience by Martin Gardner |
| ||The Emergence of Life on Earth : A Historical and Scientific Overview by Iris Fry |
| ||Endless Forms Most Beautiful : The New Science of EvoDevo and the Making of the Animal Kingdom by Sean B. Carroll |
| ||Epic Of Evolution : Seven Ages Of The Cosmos by Eric J. Chaisson |
A tour de force exploring many of the major issues from the formation of the universe through the development of matter, galaxies, stars, heavy elements, the sun and planets, life, complex life, and society.
| ||Evolution vs. Creationism : An Introduction by Eugenie C. Scott and Niles Eldredge |
| ||The Extended Phenotype : The Long Reach of the Gene by Richard Dawkins |
| ||Finding Darwin's God by Kenneth Miller |
| ||The Flamingo's Smile : Reflections in Natural History by Stephen Jay Gould |
| ||Flock of Dodos : The Evolution-Intelligent Design Circus (DVD) |
In a light-hearted take on the culture wars, FLOCK OF DODOS tweaks egos and pokes fun at both sides in the evolution vs. intelligent design debate. Evolutionary biologist and filmmaker Dr. Randy Olson rides along with jargon-impaired scientists and jargon-rebranding intelligent designers as they engage in the comic theatrics that erupt wherever science and religion clash over the origins of life. From the shadowy, well-funded headquarters of the pro-intelligent design Discovery Institute in Seattle to the rarefied talk of Olson's science buddies around a late-night poker table, FLOCK OF DODOS lends a thoughtfully critical ear to the wonderful personalities and passions driving the Darwin wars.
| ||God, the Devil, and Darwin : A Critique of Intelligent Design Theory by Niall Shanks |
| ||The Greatest Show on Earth : The Evidence for Evolution by Richard Dawkins |
| ||Hen's Teeth and Horse's Toes by Stephen Jay Gould |
| ||The Human Question by Hervey Peoples |
| ||In the Beginning : A Scientist Shows why the Creationists Are Wrong by Chris McGowan |
| ||Intelligent Design Creationism and Its Critics by Roger Pennock (Ed) |
| ||Interpreting Evolution : Darwin and Teilhard de Chardin by H. James Birx |
| ||Life Everywhere : The Maverick Science of Astrobiology by David Darling |
| ||Life's Origin : The Beginnings of Biological Evolution by J. William Schopf (Editor) |
| ||Microcosmos : Four Billion Years of Evolution from Our Microbial Ancestors by Lynn Margulis and Dorion Sagan |
A beautiful view of evolution as a process based on interdependency and the interconnectedness of all life.
| ||Missing Links : Evolutionary Concepts and Transitions Through Time by Robert A. Martin |
This is a compact answer to creationist's demands to show them just one transitional fossil. This book has over 300 pages of them
| ||The Mythmaker's Magic : Behind the Illusion of Creation Science by Delos B. McKown |
| ||National Science Education Standards |
A landmark effort that involved thousands of teachers, scientists, science educators, and other experts across the country, these standards echo the principle that learning science is an inquiry-based process, that science in schools should reflect the intellectual traditions of contemporary science, and that all Americans have a role in improving science education. This document is invaluable to education policy-makers, school system administrators, teacher educators, individual teachers, and concerned parents.
| ||Origin of Life by A. I. Oparin |
| ||Origins of Life by Freeman J. Dyson |
| ||The Origins of Order : Self-Organization and Selection in Evolution by Stuart A. Kauffman |
| ||The Panda's Thumb : More Reflections in Natural History by Stephen Jay Gould |
| ||River Out of Eden : A Darwinian View of Life by Richard Dawkins |
| ||Science and Creationism : A View from the National Academy of Sciences, Second Edition |
While the mechanisms of evolution are still under investigation, scientists universally accept that the cosmos, our planet, and life evolved and continue to evolve. Yet the teaching of evolution to schoolchildren is still a contentious issue. In Science and Creationism, the NAS states unequivocally that creationism has no place in any science curriculum at any level. Briefly and clearly, this booklet explores the nature of science, reviews the evidence for the origin of the universe and Earth, and explains the current scientific understanding of biological evolution. This edition includes new insights from astronomy and molecular biology.
| ||Science and Earth History : The Evolution/Creation Controversy by Arthur N. Strahler |
| ||Science Made Stupid by Tom Weller |
| ||Science Versus Religion by Tad S. Clements |
| ||The Search for Life's Origins : Progress and Future Directions in Planetary Biology and Chemical Evolution |
The study of planetary biology and chemical evolution draws together experts in astronomy, paleobiology, biochemistry, and space science who work together to understand the evolution of living systems. This field has made exciting discoveries that shed light on how organic compounds came together to form self-replicating molecules -- the origin of life. This volume updates that progress and offers recommendations on research programs -- including an ambitious effort centered on Mars -- to advance the field over the next 10 to 15 years.
| ||The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins |
| ||Seven Clues to the Origin of Life : A Scientific Detective Story by A. G. Cairns-Smith |
| ||Smithsonian Intimate Guide to Human Origins by Carl Zimmer |
| ||The Spark of Life : Darwin and the Primeval Soup by Christopher Wills and Jeffrey Bada |
| ||The Story of Evolution by Joseph McCabe |
Published in 1911, free from Project Gutenberg
| ||The Structure of Evolutionary Theory by Stephen Jay Gould |
| ||Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science |
Written for teachers, parents, and community officials as well as scientists and educators, this book describes how evolution reveals both the great diversity and similarity among the Earth's organisms. It explores how scientists approach the question of evolution, and illustrates the nature of science as a way of knowing about the natural world. In addition, the book provides answers to frequently asked questions to help readers understand many of the issues and misconceptions about evolution. The book includes sample activities for teaching about evolution and the nature of science.
| ||Teaching Evolution in Higher Education : Methodological, Religious, and Nonreligious Issues by Brian J Alters |
| ||The Theory of Evolution by John Maynard Smith |
Evolution is one of those fundamental theories in science, like relativity, heliocentricity, gravity, blood circulation, atomic structure and quantum mechanics of which it can realistically be said that the idea introduced a paradigm shift in scientific thinking. Modern science would be primitive and crippled without it. This book provides excellent ammunition for the fight against those who would replace evolution with superstition.
| ||The Top Ten Myths about Evolution by Cameron M. Smith and Charles Sullivan |
| ||Tower of Babel : The Evidence against the New Creationism by Robert T. Pennock |
| ||The Triumph of Evolution … And the Failure of Creationism by Niles Eldredge |
| ||Unintelligent Design by Mark Perakh |
| ||A Universe From Nothing by Lawrence Krauss |
| ||Unweaving the Rainbow : Science, Delusion and the Appetite for Wonder by Richard Dawkins |
Believers in superstition and magic often accuse scientists, atheists and other rational thinkers of denying or even destroying mystery and beauty. Dawkins points out in this book that there is so much wonder and excitement in truth and reality that it is unnecessary to make up explanations.
| ||Vital Dust : Life As a Cosmic Imperative by Christian De Duve |
| ||Why Intelligent Design Fails : A Scientific Critique of the New Creationism by Matt Young and Taner Edis (Eds) |
| ||Why We Do It : Rethinking Sex and the Selfish Gene by Niles Eldredge |
| ||Wonderful Life : The Burgess Shale and the Nature of History by Stephen Jay Gould |