Are Scientists Smarter Now, or Dumber?
On the gathering specifically of scientific knowledge, our paleontologist colleague Günter Bechly nails it.
The Origin of Life: Correcting Common Mistakes on Thermodynamics
The driving tendencies in nature on the early Earth would have been analogous to seismic tremors rearranging the books in the library.
Of Course Animals Have Emotions
These biological facts are often misused to try to push us beyond our welfare duties and into according animals human-type rights.
ID’s Top Six — The Origin of Animals
In his book Darwin’s Doubt, Stephen Meyer considers the nature of animals and what is required to build an animal.
DNA, Information, and Aristotle’s Nobel Prize
Max Delbrück (1906-1981) was a biophysicist and Nobel laureate who made seminal discoveries in the DNA-based replication of viruses.