Rigorous Inquiry and Ruffled Feathers
The NCSE is troubled, but this just sounds like solid science. I’m all for critical analysis of data, evaluating conclusions, and rigorous scientific inquiry.
“River Rights” Would Impede Human Thriving
If the current trend continues, “river rights” will exert a tremendously destructive force.
Adaptation in Action Yields a Repurposed Enzyme
“Nylon-eating bacteria? What the heck?” you say. “Why does this matter?”
Biologist Scott Turner: What Is Life? And Other Simple Questions
The picture of life that biologist Scott Turner sketches in his recent book is remarkable, and not easy to fully take aboard in your mind.
Toward Self-Scrutiny in Science
Think about how this kind of reasoning relates to the intelligent design and evolution debate.