Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Jay Richards discusses distortions and outright falsehoods presented by Neil deGrasse Tyson.
“Scientists do love a good story,” says Keas. “Turns out there are plenty of stories we shouldn’t believe.”
Easier for slipping it into the public schools! It won’t alarm the parents nearly as much as an all-out siege on theism. Very clever, Dr. Tyson.
Scholarship on Spinoza in the last decade has increasingly recognized that he opposed the observational (empirical) and mathematical analyses of nature.
He lived out his life at his comfortable rural estate, Villa Il Gioiello, on the hillside outskirts of Florence.