From Johannes Kepler to Max Planck, scientists have seen their work as much more than merely uncovering how things work.
At Colorado State University, I was impressed by a question from a boy who was about 13 years old.
There was a technical glitch with the pre-order process for Michael Keas’s forthcoming book.
Behind all the myths skewered in Dr. Keas’s book lies the idea of religion cast falsely as a retarding force on science.
The study’s design revealed much about the motives of the investigators.