Can Animals Be Held Criminally Responsible?
While the idea is handled provocatively in philosophy literature, in practice, animals are envisioned as plaintiffs, not defendants, in animal rights cases.
“Why Life?”: A Question Atheist Scientists Never Ask
Even something as catastrophic as the eruption of Mount St. Helens was, in the end, a life-giving event.
Neanderthals Had a Thing for Eagles — And Hyenas
However, Neanderthals are not thought, based on current evidence, to have had much interest in dogs.
2022 YouTube Film Festival: Long Story Short on Whale Evolution
Bears turning into whales? Scientists today disagree with Darwin, instead claiming that other land animals were the real precursors to today’s whales.
Watch: Michael Behe Corrects Darwin’s Detour with a Cumulative Case for Intelligent Design
For thousands of years, the design of life was acknowledged by scientists and non-scientists, philosophers and physicians, religious and non-religious.