Recent sensational headlines give astute readers occasion to contrast valid scientific inferences from leaps of faith based on worldview assumptions.
Dr. Tyson’s imagination wanders from Enceladus, a moon of Saturn, to the Cambrian explosion.
These episodes will slip in smoothly in public school science classrooms, someday when all the schools reopen.
Can we explain human technology merely by supernova explosions and blind chance? In rare earth elements, we find hints of a better explanation.