Brahe, a 16th-century Danish astronomer, sat on his astronomical research for years, rather than sharing it with Johannes Kepler, his assistant.
Consider a box with an internal divider such that the box is divided into two separate compartments, A and B.
Babylonians and Greeks contributed some discoveries and insights that would eventually play into the rise of science.
What’s different is that this time around, the discussion is far more favorable towards Meyer’s position. Here’s what columnist Ross Douthat says
There’s a gaping God-shaped hole in both Krauss and Peterson’s particular ways of spinning all this.