As a rule, the show covers a fascinating a mix of topics, with an emphasis on the strange and supernatural, and is never dull.
According to Lewis, “universal evolutionism” has schooled us to think complicated functional things naturally arise from cruder and less complicated things.
The organizers accepted my abstract for a talk about “The Return of Teleology to the Natural Sciences.”
Steinhardt is one of the most interesting and influential figures in cosmology. He was one of the original architects of inflationary cosmology.
Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Andrew McDiarmid explores the roots of the idea that our universe is just one of many universes.