Tag: Harvard University
Rosenhouse’s Whoppers: Probability Theory Is Irrelevant
If you deny that probabilities apply to a physical process, you’ve abjured science — you no longer have a scientific theory.
How Political Ideology Has Undermined Scientific Credibility
Science goes badly off the track when it succumbs to ideological pressures — as it did with the eugenics movement.
Why Darwin Eclipsed Wallace: Darwin Comes to America
A less class-bound kind of protectiveness was shown to Darwin in the United States by Professor Asa Gray of Harvard University.
From Darwinists, a Shift in Tone on Nanomachines
The shift in tone from then to now is remarkable. What happened to the awe these systems used to inspire?
The Miracle of Man: New Book by Michael Denton
Sputtering nihilists have turned their rage on the idea that someone, somewhere, could be thinking that the unborn man or woman is a miracle worth protecting.