He concludes with a link to the final scene from Babette’s Feast. If you watch it, or already know it, you’ll understand why.
Its unique properties allow it to fill many roles throughout the biological world, from forming the matrix of our cells, to regulating the temperature of our planet.
Faced with conflicting genetic evidence, Darwinians reach for a new “uncertainty principle” borrowed from physics.
Education functions best when we focus not on soliciting student agreement or buy-in to a rigid creed, but rather on stimulating the critical faculties.
How often have we heard the stale line about how science adores fresh thinking that topples past idols?