Paul Nelson expresses his appreciation for his University of Pittsburgh mentor Adolf Grünbaum.
Things are never dull when the renowned chemist Marcos Eberlin is around. And the scenery was magnificent.
Brahe, a 16th-century Danish astronomer, sat on his astronomical research for years, rather than sharing it with Johannes Kepler, his assistant.
He is not at all THAT sort of person, the kind one might expect to find waging a campaign against modern evolutionary theory.
No one in the intelligent design research community could have said this with greater punch.