Kay Kiser is with us today to discuss the proliferation of the progressive philosophy throughout academia, her books, Darwin, and more.
Kay is a retired chemist with over 30 years of experience in industrial research and development. Professional roles include microbiologist, teacher, technical writer, inventor, lab manager/designer, and volunteer crisis counselor. She hold 5 patents, wrote/taught many technical manuals and procedures, and coauthored a chapter in an American Chemical Society book, “Radiation Curing of Polymeric Materials”. Mrs. Kiser is a lifelong researcher into all things related to science and history. She hold a Lifetime Achievement Award from Marquis Who’s Who, which has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Nov. 26, 2018 and other publications. Kay is a conservative Christian, skeptic, iconoclast and seeker of truth.
She has published two non-fiction books in my Modern Mythology
Series, pointing out the myths that most of us have assumed to be true.
Her first book, “Perverted Truth Exposed: How Progressive Philosophy Has Corrupted Science”, presents logical arguments questioning long-standing scientific assumptions and world views in which progressive philosophy has been disguised as science in a nested series of theories. Examination of the history, philosophy and political connections reveals the flawed logic of many scientific theories. Academia has become a closed priesthood, not an open forum for truth. Adherence to the party line determines what research is done, funded and published.
Kay’s second book, “Saving Africa from Lies that Kill: How Myths about the Environment and Overpopulation are Destroying Third World Countries” is an Award-Winning Finalist in the Social Change category of the 2019 International Book Awards. It exposes long-standing crimes by international organizations that keep developing nations poor, isolated, ignorant, sick and, most of all, controlled, all based on the myths that overpopulation has caused environmental harm, and assumed genetic inferiority of impoverished cultures. Poverty, not overpopulation, causes environmental harm.