In December, physicist and author Lawrence Krauss interviewed the late American novelist Cormac McCarthy, who died on June 13th at the age of 89.
Would he have achieved anything like the scientific renown and celebrity he did if he had been healthy, without the disability for which he was known?
Around 1970 Michael Denton was a young researcher at Kings College London, thinking about how mammalian red blood cells could become anucleate.
A funny thing happened on the way to modern scientific materialism’s victory party.
I had thought of the Singularity as an event, to which the universe — physical reality — traces back at the moment of the Big Bang.