Tag: Michael Egnor
Should Spider Dreaming Really Give Us “Ethical Pause”?
The discovery of REM sleep in spiders is morphing into vast claims that we have “urgent and inexorable ethical obligations” to them and other life forms.
Listen: Into the Mystic with a Neurosurgeon and a Neurotheologian
What parts of the brain light up, and what parts go dormant, when someone is “speaking in tongues”?
Dreaming Spiders? My Disagreement with Michael Egnor
Rapid eye movement may indicate neural activity, but dreaming for me implies a conscious awareness of the dream state, which I consider as unlikely in spiders.
Michael Egnor: Judeo-Christian Culture and the Rise of Modern Science
Dr. Egnor addresses the claim that the rise of atheism has somehow been a boon to science. Not so, Egnor says.
“Bizarre Bird” Highlights the Problem of Biogeography
While hoatzins are bad at flying, evolutionists have been forced to credit these birds with some impressive rafting — unbelievably impressive.