Wesley J. Smith on Rights Gone Wild
Listen in as Smith discusses how science has been conflated with ethics and talks about animal and plant rights.
Remembering Freeman Dyson and the Enduring Lesson of “Dyson’s Hypothesis”
Dyson points out that the highly improbable is actually quite probable by invoking “Littlewood’s law of miracles.”
But Why Not Go For It with Human Eugenics?
“It’s my opinion” is not a strong ground on which to take a moral stand.
Michael Aeschliman in National Review — Berlinski Detonates “Fatuous, Flattering” Optimism
From climate change to the coronavirus, one tendency among writers and commentators is to an urgent, insatiable, almost sexual desire to cast unwarranted terror over other people.
Pressuring a Hospice to Kill
Canada is our closest cultural cousin: We had better be careful, or the same thing could happen here.