Tag: Man’s Place in the Universe
The Man on the Moon and Martian Canals
French writer Bernard de Fontenelle expressed the belief that there really was a man on the moon — and a whole civilisation to boot, if you please.
Wallace’s Frenemies: A Lesson from Phillip Johnson
We can add Andrew Berry to the list of those quick to praise Alfred Wallace on certain matters but equally quick to condemn him on others.
For Alfred Russel Wallace, Natural Selection Opened the Door to Teleology
In an excerpt from his new book, Professor Flannery identifies Darwin’s principal failing in developing his theory.
Water — One of the Oldest Design Arguments
Today scientists marvel at the many associations among water chemistry, the environment, and life.