Howard Smith blunts Stephen Hawking’s assertion that “The human race is just a chemical scum on a moderate-sized planet.”
Design in the universe is intuitively obvious, but when you won’t allow yourself the obvious, what are your choices?
It’s a good day for some rather underwhelming attempts to evade scientific indications of ID.
Now he’s put a firm sell-by date on planet Earth.
Not one of these myriad galaxies would exist without fantastically precise cosmological fine-tuning.
Theoretical physicist Sabine Hossenfelder neatly dismisses media hype about a “multiverse.”
The point here is not to decide the merits of specific theories or conclusions.
“When you don’t know what something is, you have to consider everything,” says Johns Hopkins physicist Simeon Bird.
Someone should would warn Stephen Hawking that his brand is being perilously overextended.
Speaking of fire and intelligent design, our colleague Sarah Chaffee had an excellent post the other day.