Darwin himself sought to overcome his own design intuition.
“Heisenberg would have never done quantum mechanics without being full of philosophy.”
Someone finally decided to stand up and defend freedom of speech as a defining principle of education.
David Dickinson highlights next year’s total eclipse.
In teaching about origins, teachers could do a lot more to introduce “argument and debate.”
If Barbara King really believes science is about continuous corrections and questions, she should be friendlier to teaching about the evolution controversy.
“The brain is, after all, by far the smartest system we know of in the universe.” Well, then why not consider the possibility of design?
Whether the subject is climate change or evolution, who determines what is considered scientific fact? A climate scientist weighs in.
One cannot use scientific reasoning to arrive at values.
It’s ironic that a law aimed at clarifying science for students should provoke so much obfuscation from its critics.