Andrew McDiarmid concludes his two-part conversation with Michael Aeschliman.
Michael Aeschliman says that Lewis used classic arguments not always popular in today’s intellectual climate, yet never refuted.
Researchers in Scotland have shown that beavers, once considered by some as nuisances good only for their pelts, are actually great biodiversity engineers.
The humble dandelion’s seeds are so optimized for lift and flight time that scientists wonder about borrowing its design for parachutes.
Leisola and Witt also discuss the well-documented pattern of scientists defending an existing paradigm even after fresh discoveries have turned against it.