Isn’t it interesting that some laymen are able to interact with the relevant scientific ideas here — Prager does — while others plug their ears and refuse to think about it.
The myth merchants play on our egos, the wish to appear smart and enlightened. Against this emotional manipulation, Keas detonates six myths about our world and the universe.
My box of books just arrived. Now you know what all of my family and best local friends are getting for Christmas this year.
At Colorado State University, I was impressed by a question from a boy who was about 13 years old.
Behind all the myths skewered in Dr. Keas’s book lies the idea of religion cast falsely as a retarding force on science.