Tell us please, what adaptive Darwinian survival value is there in the sublime?
How does a failed theory maintain its grip on our science and on our culture?
While the evolutionist side in the Darwin debate is long on rhetoric and insults, you can always dream.
Michael Denton shows how scientific advances of the past three decades suggest that it is time for a radically different understanding of biology.
My family and I were watching Ninotchka last night — the sly story of a dour, emotionally repressed Soviet official who travels to Paris.