Tag: Walter Bradley Center
Great Minds: Robert Marks, Michael Medved on the Limits of Computation
There’s no danger of computers ruling us, but there is a peril in employing them to greatly magnify the impact of our own errors.
Melissa Cain Travis Introduces the “Maker Thesis”
Science reveals a transcendent mind, and mind enables science.
A Strange Way of Speaking About the Brain
A peculiar habit of disassociation is widespread among many who study the brain.
Critics Need to Grapple with Ewert’s Challenge to Darwin’s Tree
If the evidence is more suggestive of a creative enterprise like software engineering, that would have major implications.
From Ewert’s Dependency Graph Paper – A “Gut Punch” to Darwin’s Tree?
I’m reminded again that the Bradley Center’s Robert Marks, among many other distinctions, was born to podcast.