Chaitin discusses his beginnings in computer science, growing up in the 1960s a stone’s throw from Central Park, historic scientists in his field, and more.
I am reading a response journal from a student in my Science and Religion class and came across a comment that really captures why we do what we do.
For children with gender dysphoria, blocking puberty is not just buying time. It is more like a point of no return.
If I gave you 15 seconds you could come up with a pat evolutionary just-so story to account for this, speculating on what reproductive advantage it serves.
Here is a modest attempt to summarize the main scientific evidences for design in our world, for those who have been told that such evidence does not exist.