Doctor’s Diary: Evolution in the Country of the Blind
Fans of H. G. Wells are probably familiar with his 1904 short story, “The Country of the Blind.”
A Deist in Christian Clothing?
Denis Lamoureux unwittingly encourages Christians to embrace not a meaningful dialogue between faith and science but a self-imposed intellectual captivity.
Free Will Denial and PreCrimes
If we treat criminals the way we treat natural disasters — as physical events without moral culpability — the pragmatic approach is preemption as well.
The Origin of Life: Correcting Common Mistakes on Thermodynamics
The driving tendencies in nature on the early Earth would have been analogous to seismic tremors rearranging the books in the library.