Tag: University of Pennsylvania
How the Earth Operates Supply Chains for Life
It’s no help having essential elements in the Earth’s crust if they can’t get to the organisms that need them.
Leonard Sax on Intelligent Design and the “Ambiguity of the Evidence”
Stephen Meyer offers but does not seek to compel the choice to affirm a transcendent origin of the universe.
The Most Memorable Lecture I Ever Heard at the University of Chicago — Finally Published
The announced title was something like “Big Evolution and Little Evolution: The History of the Difference.”
Ethicist Protests Politicized Science — Alas, That Horse Left the Barn Long Ago
It is all about the costs of getting on the wrong side of the power structure. To say that this “chills” debate about scientific issues is an understatement.
The Gargoyle’s Challenge — Remembering Schützenberger on Darwinism
David Berlinski lives in the shadow of the Notre-Dame in Paris and poignantly remembers the cathedral before it burned.