What gives away the game is the selectivity with which it is deployed against opponents.
More research funding sounds nice, but as Jonathan Wells explains, it does the search for truth no favors.
As demonstrators converge on D.C. for the “March for Science,” explore the real threats to good science in America.
Because it’s really a march for something that undermines good science.
The Stream will feature science essays from CSC Fellows throughout the week of April 17-21 in the run up to the March for Science
Well, it’s one perspective, I suppose.
According to Oxford bioethicist Julian Savulescu, “This is a very important option to give people who have requested euthanasia.”
“They don’t know what they’re marching for,” says climate statistician William M. Briggs in a lively interview with Discovery Institute Fellow Ray Bohlin.
His position is that physicians must abandon their own moral sensibilities once they don the doctor’s coat.
Some people keep pretending that we don’t know when human life begins.