Tag: Scientific American
Stephen Meyer: Looking Forward to Highlights of 2019, a Big Year for ID
Even Richard Dawkins can’t quite shake the idea that a sublime world like ours doesn’t come about by chance, but by “intelligent design.”
Scientific American: Prevention Can Benefit Any Suicidal Person
My last hospice patient, Bob, told me that after some months of just wanting to be dead, that he had “come out of the fog.”
Space Archaeology — How About Cellular Archaeology?
ʻOumuamua is a fascinating object, and certainly deserves further investigation. How could we discern design from non-design?
Understatement: According to Current Zoo Director, Caging Man “Shouldn’t Have Happened”
Hammering home the lesson about “our own evolutionary history” was exactly the purpose behind displaying and humiliating an African man with monkeys.
Using Religion to Push Evolution in Public School Biology Class — What Could Go Wrong?
A much better approach would be no religion in biology class, and more science.