The Google diversity memo story is rich in ironies.
As I noted yesterday, Joseph Carter wrote a fatuous essay in which he denies purpose in the universe and does an amusing dance around the implications that follow.
England’s research is focused on the wrong question. Origin-of-life theories are not helped by identifying processes that efficiently dissipate energy.
The human mind, unlike the human brain, is an immaterial entity, thus unrealizable by a material artifact like a computer.
Sarah Chaffee spoke to AF proponents in Alabama, Oklahoma, and Texas.
After perusing a recent article here, a reader offers a classic challenge.
Materialism isn’t really a metaphysical theory. It’s just a mistake. It’s a woefully inadequate understanding of nature.
The latest biologist to come out swinging at Darwinism, Dr. Turner is not a proponent of intelligent design.
Popular articles on origin-of-life research often portray the field as constantly advancing and quickly converging on a purely materialistic explanation for the first cell.
Where do you turn for a reliable, responsible resource to help you clarify the issues for your students?