This year’s conference, February 17 and 18, will tackle subjects we haven’t explored before, including archaeology, transgenderism, and tech addiction.
“Scientists do love a good story,” says Keas. “Turns out there are plenty of stories we shouldn’t believe.”
When an 87-year-old man was having his brain scanned, he died — unexpectedly — of a heart attack. So, the scan recorded his unanticipated final brain activity.
Tracing the development of science over two millennia, the exhibition challenges a popular misconception about the relationship between the Bible and science.
Kepler was not alone. Robert Boyle, Isaac Newton, Nicolaus Copernicus, and many others who established modern science were deeply religious thinkers.