Science is on the move. It is slowly morphing from observing nature to embodying naturalism.
I’m reading Brown’s new Robert Langdon novel, Origin. There’s a decent chance you are too.
Certain subjects, all posing ultimate questions, reduce much of scientific talk to pablum. Why do you think that is?
Let’s turn the SETI telescope around. Would extraterrestrials be justified in inferring ID from patterns on the earth?
Paul Nelson reviews the recent book by physicist Sean Carroll, in Dr. Nelson’s characteristically charming and insightful way.
The problem with science, as Del Ratzsch has pointed out, is that it is done by people.
They could just as well say that whatever created horses created unicorns, too.
I drove up to Wyoming last month to photograph the eclipse. It was my first totality. Very cool.
The beauty of the night sky can be as inspirational and uplifting as a total solar eclipse.
Yale clinical neurologist Dr. Steven Novella posted recently about Dr. Richard Gallagher, a psychiatrist trained at Yale who provides psychiatric consultation services to the Catholic Church.