Lee Spetner says of convergent evolution that it explains nothing but is simply a case of “giving a name to our ignorance.”
We last checked in with Robert Lawrence Kuhn as he interviewed Nobel laureate Brian Josephson who said he was “80 percent” sure of intelligent design.
Wilson’s forthcoming biography appears to be part of a larger rethink of evolution that is bubbling away in a variety of areas.
While the Confederate cause in the Civil War has been the subject of much chatter, the modern racial right owes far more to Charles Darwin than to Robert E. Lee.
Houston is an important city for the discussion about science and culture.
Dr. Spetner explains why evolution is not even a theory, why loss of information and antibiotic resistant bacteria are no evidence for evolution, and more.
Indiana opened a door to similar legislation across the United States, culminating in the horrors of Nazi Germany.
So says Center for Science & Culture Associate Director John West in reply to an educator’s question.
What they did to Richard Owen could teach today’s vandals a thing or two.
Megan McArdle, reflecting on the James Damore story that’s already receding from memory, points out that “We Live in Fear of the Online Mobs.”