“A doctor killing a patient is analogous to a pilot deliberately crashing a plane.”
Seeing it on TV can more readily be dismissed as no big deal, a pretty coincidence.
The rabbi’s wife took the best photo of the morning that I saw, with an iPhone, using two pairs of eclipse glasses as her filter.
“There is some kind of primordial connection that we have to eclipses that is very hard to account for.”
It’s more or less a mass public display of cosmic evidence for intelligent design.
The English literacy critic and biographer A.N. Wilson is a brilliant writer. We’ve been aware for some time that he’s a Darwin skeptic, too.
Dr. Egnor, in contrast to Dr. Coyne, has worked with, operated on, and helped many children with the conditions that Coyne thinks should justify killing them.
“[U]nder certain conditions, matter inexorably acquires the key physical attribute associated with life.” Oh, really, does it?
The Google diversity memo story is rich in ironies.
When ideologies reign, one of the first victims, invariably, is truth. The narrative is supreme, and it deforms how information is interpreted.