It was a dark and stormy night in Seattle yesterday until, I noticed, just when Mike Behe was scheduled to speak.
The lesson from Chernobyl is this: radiation kills, but life comes prepared to defend itself.
John West appropriately introduced Dr. Behe as the “archetypal mild-mannered professor” who “helped provoke a revolutionary debate.”
The question she leaves unaddressed is why scientists would choose, despite the absence of evidence, despite the fact that the multiverse is “unobservable by assumption,” to believe in a multiverse.
The famed Brazilian chemist discusses the body’s surprisingly helpful (and sophisticated) system for flushing out the bad stuff.