Tag: King’s College London
Egnor Debates Materialism with Philosopher of Science David Papineau
Egnor: “Do you want me to explain Thomistic dualism to you?…David, do you not know how St. Thomas explained intentionality?” Papineau: “Uh, no.”
Shall We Be Darwin’s Yes-Men?
Around 1970 Michael Denton was a young researcher at Kings College London, thinking about how mammalian red blood cells could become anucleate.
New Book by Biologist Michael Denton on Nature’s Miraculous “Primal Blueprint”
To see cells in action, he notes a remarkable video, “Neutrophil Chasing Bacteria,” made in 1950s by a researcher at Vanderbilt University.
To Intimidate Scientists, No Stalin Is Required
Many scientists face abuse and threats from an outraged minority who want there to be a biological basis for chronic fatigue syndrome.
Michael Denton’s Intellectual Evolution
“Life’s order,” say biologist Mike Denton, “is written into the very fabric of reality itself. It’s not an add-in. It’s in there from the very beginning.”