Intellectual discovery is often a matter of rediscovery: reviving insights that were available before but overlooked, forgotten, or neglected.
Writing at National Review Online, Wesley Smith asks, “Does Darwinism Lead to Infanticide Acceptance?”
David Brooks of the New York Times has taken a lot razzing for a column about social class signifiers and how they serve to insulate the upper middle class.
On Independence Day, it’s appropriate to review the sources of our rights as citizens.
Here’s an article from the journal Trends in Ecology and Evolution with an eye-catching title.
With his own sly humor, Dr. Wells points out some scientific problems with regarding Darwin’s Tree as unassailable fact.
Fine-tuning of the universe is so unpleasant a subject for materialists that it cannot really become a controversy.
Three massive acts of exquisitely complex re-engineering would be required, far beyond the reach of unguided natural processes.
Schtulman’s recent book, Scienceblind: Why Our Intuitive Theories About the World Are So Often Wrong, is filled with confusions.
There are a few problems with conventional accounts of whale evolution. Together they’re a killer.