“I am very poorly today and very stupid and hate everybody and everything” — Charles Darwin to Charles Lyell, October 1, 1861.
The sure sign of a scientist with guts and integrity? A willingness to follow the evidence, wherever it may point.
There’s still time, but you’d better act fast!
Stephen Meyer discussed why we are still debating Darwin at a “Socrates in the City” event hosted by Eric Metaxas at the University Club in Washington, D.C.
Fox acknowledges what philosopher Thomas Nagel calls the “fiendishly difficult problem” of the origin of life, but he seems to think that, given time, we’ll sort it all out.