Recently, there was the increasing sense that he was being exploited by the media for his brilliant reputation.
Chances are, we’ve all attended a lecture, a conference, or some other event that was said to be “critical,” “momentous,” or even “life-changing.”
The fabulist Dr. Tyson returns, and we commit ourselves in advance to being there to watch and check his facts.
It’s not just that media-darling disciplines ruled by naturalism fail the facts. They fail at precisely the points where they should succeed if naturalism were true.
Archiving music in DNA for future generations sounds promising, as long as the playback directions are not forgotten.