Science, the dominant way of knowing of our age, now finds itself caught between a rock and (very) hard place.
In “real time” they show the function of an enhancer in switching a gene from off to on.
“Not exactly proof” of extraterrestrial life, they say? It’s not a “proof” at all.
The whole earth relies on the abilities of insects, and they are well equipped for the beneficial functions they perform.
In light of the recent focus on the presidential election, and speculation on Sara Palin’s views on teaching evolution, it is worth thinking about what a President’s role in this issue should be. Last year, Logan Gage laid out the case for a limited but important Presidential role regarding contentious scientific issues like evolution. I’m curious, is there anyone on the stage that does not believe in evolution?” came the question at the first Republican presidential debate. Much has been made of the fact that three candidates raised their hands. The candidates were not allowed to elaborate, but what should they have said had they more time? … But the question still arises, what does all this have to do Read More ›