“It’s quite plausible” is treated as equivalent to evidence, eliding the question of how exactly we come to “consciously believe” anything.
Paul Nelson reviews the recent book by physicist Sean Carroll, in Dr. Nelson’s characteristically charming and insightful way.
A corespondent draws our attention to a comment from atheist and “poetic naturalist” Sean Carroll, in his recent book.
Materialist philosopher Joseph Carter denies the existence of teleology in nature, but he is mistaken.
The Many Worlds Interpretation is sort of an extension of the Darwinian creation myth, applied to cosmology.