The beauty of the night sky can be as inspirational and uplifting as a total solar eclipse.
“There is some kind of primordial connection that we have to eclipses that is very hard to account for.”
A perfect solar eclipse like the one on Monday was the inspiration for The Privileged Planet, an important and unusual book in the canon of intelligent design works.
It’s more or less a mass public display of cosmic evidence for intelligent design.
The privileged position of our space platform allows for habitability, scientific discovery, and total solar eclipses.
McDowell is a Christian apologist, but his latest suggestions for summer reading aren’t all, or even mostly, apologetics.
Beside his prophetic warning about the “military-industrial complex,” President Eisenhower was concerned about the scientific-governmental complex.
U.C. Berkeley psychology professor Tania Lombrozo is concerned about “skepticism.”
When even Slate turns against a “progressive” event like this weekend’s March for Science, you know something’s wrong.
The panel pointed to how the “anti-science” label is wielded to shut down challenges to the “consensus” and to advance “anti-human” advocacy.