Tag: Albert Einstein
In First Detection of Gravitational Waves, Timing Was Everything
Let’s look at how timing across multiple orders of magnitude brought together cosmic and human events.
Thank God for Quantum Mechanics
An example of how quantum effects permit life as we know it operates in the nuclear furnace of the Sun.
New Book Puts Richard Dawkins’s “Selfish Genes” in the ICU
Dr. Jarvis lays out numerous pieces of evidence that jeopardize Dawkins’s view that genes are selfish and act as the units of selection.
The Elephant in the Science Lab
I have been seeking to describe the science of purpose. Now it is worth getting down to the basics of what science actually is and how it works.
Can a Dog Be Bred to Be as Smart as a Human?
An enterprising electrical engineer, Payton Pearson, thinks it can be done. There are reasons for doubt.