Plus keen comments from a Harvard geneticist on “faith” in science, and the “natural” and the “supernatural.”
There seems to be no utility, in evolutionary terms, in women living decades past childbearing age.
We know that a highly repetitive pattern displays order but not information.
The fact that you can tell a charming story about the distant past is no basis to assume you actually know what happened in that long-ago time.
Gigabytes have become commonplace, and now we’re warming up to terabytes. Ready for petabytes?
What do Han Chinese characters and proteins have in common?
The American Chemical Society recently dedicated a whole issue of Accounts of Chemical Research to the puzzle of life’s chemical origins.
Is there a fundamental discontinuity between Darwinian evolution and Einstein’s understanding of physics? Join us on Monday, February 11, and find out.
The widespread prank of creating patterns in crops at night provides a test of intelligent design theory.
My wife, born in Moscow, observes with admiration, “She sounds like she should be wearing a kerchief on her head.”