Many high school students are eager to go beyond the brief and airbrushed presentation of evolutionary theory found in their biology textbooks, and are full of questions.
The picture of life that biologist Scott Turner sketches in his recent book is remarkable, and not easy to fully take aboard in your mind.
If I think about a particular thing — my cat Tabby, for example — my actual cat Tabby isn’t in my brain.
A derivative myth of materialism and Darwinism holds that the mind and the brain are one and the same.
How is water the “universal solvent”? What is viscosity? How does water keep temperatures stable?