Tag: John Horgan
Paul Nelson Diagnoses the Decline of “Groundbreaking Science”
Science writer John Horgan posits that we have already made most of the big breakthroughs there are to make.
Is the End of Science Near?
A study in the premier science journal notes the long term falling off of truly original findings, as opposed to endless citations of others’ findings.
In the “Mathematical Glory” of the Universe, Physicist Discovered the “Truly Divine”
As it happens, these are all themes that are developed with great rigor and depth in Center for Science & Culture director Stephen Meyer’s next book.
Stephen Meyer: Looking Forward to Highlights of 2019, a Big Year for ID
Even Richard Dawkins can’t quite shake the idea that a sublime world like ours doesn’t come about by chance, but by “intelligent design.”
The Multiverse Is Science’s Assisted Suicide
Cosmologists sense the problem and strive to rescue their multiverse from the nagging demands for evidence.