Protein Evolution, the Waiting-Time Problem, and the Intriguing Possibility of Two First Parents
After being asked to evaluate the scientific case against Adam and Eve, Ann Gauger dove into population genetics.
God’s Grandeur: Ann Gauger on Beauty, Intelligibility, and Human Uniqueness
Dr. Gauger holds that Darwinism has no adequate explanation for natural beauty or the ability of human beings to appreciate beauty for its own sake.
Peter Singer Compares Abortion to Turning Off a Computer
Singer first claims that should an AI ever become “sentient,” turning it off would be akin to killing a being with the highest moral value.
People Can Do Puzzles — And Why That Matters
Our ability to complete a puzzle hinges upon clues that are unavailable to nature, were natural processes given the task of assembling the puzzle.
How Does the Crocodile Hold Its Breath So Long?
The actress Kate Winslet can hold her breath for seven and a quarter minutes. A crocodile, though, can hold his breath for hours.