The bias in favor of science, you might say, tells you something about the mind behind the cosmic design.
It’s the “most remarkable trade-in offer in the history of popular science,” says science historian and Center for Science & Culture Senior Fellow Michael Keas.
How special the Earth is has become ever more apparent, in ways that allow life to flourish, but more than that.
This month the world thrilled at the first ever image of a black hole, this one in the galaxy M87.
Imagine a scenario where you don’t know the ancient age of the cosmos, but rather, only that it has an age, whatever that might be.