Tag: New York Times
Design Detection in the New York Times — The Issue of Science Fraud
When the pincer closes around a pattern, intelligent causation is uniquely implicated.
The Standard Story of Human Evolution: A Critical Look
Whatever Ardi was, everyone agrees the fossils was initially badly crushed and needed extensive reconstruction.
Wesley Smith Talks with Dean Koontz: Human Exceptionalism, Meaning in Life, and More
Dean and Wesley discuss how Dean came to be an author, the importance of human exceptionalism, and the problem with transhumanism.
Check Their Privilege: Are Squirrels Socially Unjust?
Researchers have long assumed that people think like animals. But now we see that the equation reads the same in reverse: animals think like people.
New Book from Computer Engineer Robert J. Marks: You Are NOT Computable
Just a few days ago a Google engineer revealed that an AI chatbot disclosed to him that it had “come to life” and has a “soul.”