Cloning a human being is a terrifying prospect, from a moral perspective, and seems inevitable.
A science historian advises teachers that “science is best taught as science is best practiced.”
Berlinski’s plea is that the grave contradictions between evolution and evidence at least be forthrightly admitted.
Ironically, our students may have more intellectual freedom in China to pursue the truth than they would have in many universities in the United States.
Physicist Frank Tipler, as I noted earlier today, provocatively personalizes the Singularity, the beginning point or moment from which the universe burst forth.