New from Science Uprising — Artificial Intelligence, Creativity, and the Human Difference
Creativity, not mere copying or following commands, entails thinking “outside the box.” That’s how it can surprise us with genuine novelty.
Fossil Friday: Rhenocystis and the Controversial Calcichordate Hypothesis
It looks a bit like a tadpole with body and tail, and this indeed points towards one of the great scientific controversies of the 20th century.
Report from Australia: Sharing Design Evidence Down Under
While I packed for my July/August speaking tour of Queensland, Australia, science writer Stephen Buranyi dropped an 11-page bombshell in London.
Rosenhouse’s Whoppers: An Appeal to Sanity
I’ll close with a story. My wife used to set up psychiatric units across the U.S.
For Labor Day: Alfred Russel Wallace, Scientist and Working Man
Take a moment to consider the impact of labor on the development of evolutionary theory.