Tag: human consciousness
As Conscious Observers, Do We Help Create Our World?
That’s the big question in quantum mechanics, as science communicator Elizabeth Fernandez explains.
Should Spider Dreaming Really Give Us “Ethical Pause”?
The discovery of REM sleep in spiders is morphing into vast claims that we have “urgent and inexorable ethical obligations” to them and other life forms.
Can Insects Be Conscious? Let’s Look at Bees First
It is important to qualify what “consciousness” means when we are talking about bees.
Sewell: Top Five Evidences for Intelligent Design
Mathematician Granville Sewell describes how atheists often argue that scientists cannot appeal to design since they cannot explain the origin of the designer.
Why Something Instead of Nothing? November 19, Oxford’s John Lennox Goes “Against the Tide”
Trumpeters for atheism are not being truthful when they say things like “Religion teaches us to be satisfied with not really understanding.”