I’m trying to count the number of ways that reading Google futurologist as he gushes about the “singularity” makes me feel sick to my stomach.
DNA is highly desirable for storage, computing, and electronics. What does that imply about intelligent design in biology?
Big news in biotech: Scientists created what appeared to be a mouse embryo using stem cells.
Evolutionists can seem at times to disregard function, but engineers never can.
Design-based thinking has led to a gold rush in biology.
There are some inflection points, cultural and life bends, that, when you encounter them, should make you pause and reassess the landscape.
Mattel’s new “smart baby monitor,” their digital nanny dubbed Aristotle, leaves me flummoxed.
Both words, “quality” and “control,” fit a model of intelligent design beautifully.
Yes, it could “happen here.”
Here is a mechanical “woman” that — through her human-written program — speaks of one day having a family and being a person.