Tag: human exceptionalism
Let’s Declare the Great Salt Lake a Person?
If a squirrel or mushroom and all other earthly entities somehow possess rights, the vibrancy of rights withers.
Engineering Brings Life and Vice Versa
An uplifting video about a life-saving invention encapsulates several running themes about intelligent design, with only one brief flaw.
For AI, Human Hands Are Exceptional…For Now
In many artificially contrived images, the hands come up gnarled, disfigured, or otherwise anatomically incorrect.
Marks: Human Exceptionalism in a World of AI
“Ever wonder whether computers will one day be capable of doing everything that human beings can?”
World’s Oldest Medical Journal Endorses “Nature Rights”
In other words, we, flora, fauna, and, indeed, geological features such as rivers and granite outcroppings are equal.