“There is a time in every man’s life when he looks to his God, when he looks at his life, when he wonders how he will be remembered.”
Annaka Harris, neuroscience and physics writer, starts by casting doubt on human consciousness.
The pharynx affords us the abilities to breathe and swallow, but it does much more. It affords the ability for speech, language, and singing.
The “field of public health” is complicit in the worst episode of scientific malfeasance in the 21st century.
I want to underscore Phil’s pivotal role in organizing disparate voices critical of Darwinism and convinced of design in nature into a cohesive community.