Most journalists who write about evolution appear to have made their choice to be flacks and toadies for the godlike biologists.
I’ve watched many Khan Academy videos over the years — sometimes just for fun, and sometimes to advise teachers on whether they are good tools to use.
Kenneth Singer at Case Western Reserve trained an AI neural network on a million photos, and then on the brush strokes of four renditions of a flower.
When I was younger, my family lived next-door to a retired dentist named Max. Before entering dentistry, Max studied biology at UC Berkeley.
“I’ve done the research. I have the facts.” Thus said two people to me on successive days over the weekend, in almost identical words.