The secularist is right to feel uncomfortable as he mouths a theistic creed. Theists, for their part, should respect this reluctance.
This technology is still a long time from the potential for human application, but it presents issues we need to address now.
Until now we’ve focused on all the applause from scientists. But of course the book is not just a scientific treatise. It’s also a great read.
If you like the idea of living in China, then the government using the Internet to tell everyone what to believe should sound like just the ticket.
The impact of too-onerous animal-welfare laws on the diets of people of limited means becomes clear.