The upshot of the best modern biology and cosmology can be epitomized by changing just one word in physicist Steven Weinberg’s famous comment.
The thread of racism in Darwinian thinking isn’t a chance thing, a mere byproduct of Charles Darwin’s personal views as a “man of his time.”
Stephen Meyer opens his new book with a memorable anecdote about debating Krauss live while battling a fierce migraine.
Mainstream scientists have been speculating about other-than-earthly intelligence for decades.
Materialists argue that dualism of mind and brain is not possible because of causal closure — by which they mean that all physical effects have physical causes.