A British philosopher seeks to deliver animals from the endless torment of "blind Darwinian processes."
These sleek creatures got together in a fantastic and beautiful flash mob off the coast of Baja California. Why? To have a blast.
Darwinian evolutionists are scrambling to explain why prime genetic molecules do not reflect common ancestry.
She takes off from Dawkins’s recent, how shall we put it, philosophizing on Twitter.
Jason Rosenhouse insists that "Human origins have no implications for the value of human life."
However you define the term “theory,” it’s good pedagogy to approach controversial scientific claims like biological evolution in a skeptical, scientific spirit.
Oxford University researchers say that only 8.2% of our DNA is likely to be functional. The rest is “junk.”
To Wesley Smith’s excellent comments about Jason Rosenhouse on assisted suicide, I would only add this.
I am not sure why so many "science" bloggers and writers want to opine on ethics. Perhaps having to be objective and purely evidence based gets boring.
I discovered the assisted suicide death cult when my friend Frances killed herself under the influence of the Hemlock Society, since evolved into Compassion and Choices.