Tag: extraterrestrial intelligence
The Most Valuable Aspect of Avi Loeb’s Intelligent Design Case
The most valuable aspect of his case is the stimulus it provides to the question, “If non-human intelligences exist, how would we detect them?”
More on Avi Loeb’s Approach to Design Inferences
Loeb’s argument represents the most salient example of risky intelligent design reasoning in mainstream science.
Ouch, Huge Sky Survey Shows No “Alien Technosignatures”
I say “ouch” on behalf of materialists, atheists, and Darwinists. Ten million stars and not a hint of alien civilization.
Rare Earth at Twenty — And My Connection
In principle, the conjoining of the many Rare Earth factors could overwhelm the available probabilistic resources and serve as evidence for Earth’s design.
Another Cosmos Episode, Another Sermon from Pastor Tyson
Eventually, Dr. Tyson gets to Saint Charles. No, we mean that literally. Tyson calls Darwin “the greatest spiritual teacher of the last 1000 years.”