As one of our students last year said at the concluding banquet, the Summer Seminars represent “science as it should be, rather than science as it is.”
The scheme has a name, a blandly harmless-sounding one. It’s called “indirect costs.”
Israeli philosophy professor Yuval Harari is one of the movement’s chief proselytizers.
John Castino’s life spiraled out of control. His faith in God was based on his feelings, and so when times turned bad, he lost his faith.
Sagan suggests that if we give up on the belief in God, then we can roll up our sleeves and save our planet.