Tag: Wesley Smith
For Transhumanists, a Dawning Realization
New religions aren’t necessarily founded already knowing that that is what they are destined to become.
Wesley J. Smith: Human Cloning, Hidden Under Jargon
Ethical constraints still depend only on scientists’ restraint — a “thin reed to stand on.”
Intelligent Design and Its Anthropology
Darwinian evolution and intelligent design are competing theories of biological origins, but they are more than that.
On Human and Animal Rights, the Twisted Course of Evolutionary “Philosophy”
Wesley Smith commented earlier on the struggle, via litigation by the Nonhuman Rights Project (NRP), to grant human-like “rights” to an elephant in the Bronx Zoo.
Rigorous Inquiry and Ruffled Feathers
The NCSE is troubled, but this just sounds like solid science. I’m all for critical analysis of data, evaluating conclusions, and rigorous scientific inquiry.