I’ve been reading the correspondence of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams — with its interesting argument by Jefferson for design in nature as a scientific inference.
Our colleague Dr. Meyer writing at National Review Online offers a highly noteworthy proposal.
The problem with science, as Del Ratzsch has pointed out, is that it is done by people.
That is really too bad. This development will not serve Turkish students well.
Yale clinical neurologist Dr. Steven Novella posted recently about Dr. Richard Gallagher, a psychiatrist trained at Yale who provides psychiatric consultation services to the Catholic Church.
When ideologies reign, one of the first victims, invariably, is truth. The narrative is supreme, and it deforms how information is interpreted.
Here’s the problem: Strict guidelines rarely are strict and they almost never offer permanent protection.
After perusing a recent article here, a reader offers a classic challenge.
For science reporters, misinformation on a hot story was “Too good to check.”
The science story itself is fascinating and to all appearances solid. How will they spin it?