In their own scientific research, psychologists David Dunning and Justin Kruger have offered the Dunning-Kruger effect.
It’s not too often you see a denser collation of cliché taunts directed at intelligent design.
Duke University professor Alexander Rosenberg has until now held the prize for the most over-the-top demonizing of the mild-mannered biochemist.
He lived out his life at his comfortable rural estate, Villa Il Gioiello, on the hillside outskirts of Florence.
The association with “mainstream science” is often weaponized as a way of overawing us and persuading us to stop expecting answers to hard questions.