Epidemiology, to which Darwinism is a “narrative gloss,” is an old and vigorous science.
Solzhenitsyn’s basic advice is simply not to participate with lies, and to refuse to speak what one does not believe. It’s unnervingly relevant counsel.
It’s an episode of “Science Uprising” that tackles the mind-brain debate.
Scientists should have “stayed in their lane,” giving policymakers the information that science can provide about a potential pandemic, and left the political calculations alone.
Dr. Egnor draws upon Aristotle to argue that mutations and other random events only occur, and have their meaning, against a backdrop of purpose and design.