The Engineering and Metaphysics conference is fast approaching, and abstracts are due this weekend! If you plan on submitting an abstract, but need more time, send an email to email@example.com . We’ve already got several presentations approved, and we have several fantastic ones in the pipeline, including subjects such as constructal theory, theological implications of […]
The last Templeton winner was a guy fronting the multiverse, so … maybe they are back on their meds now?
“My skepticism about common descent is not universally shared in the ID community. “
“Ockham’s Razor cannot be explained by direct application of Maupertuis’s Least-Action Principle. And yet the puzzling similarity of the two principles remains.”
Rodents above a cutoff size of 253 grams … generally got smaller over time, whereas those that started out below 253 grams generally got bigger.
“The odd nature of this attribution is accentuated when one considers that Ockham … thinks that God continually works miracles to make the world look like it is).”
And after you read this, you will never ever try selling chocolate almonds for charity at work again.
“It’s perfectly obvious that there is some genetic factor that distinguishes humans from other animals and that it is language-specific.”
Philosopher of science Alvin Plantinga is cast as the voice of reason, justly we hope.
He kept his mouth shut about ID? But that makes no difference once they knew he wasn’t just a stooge.
An exploration of microbiology, information science, and the origin of life.
“We should note that the preceding arguments are not ‘God of the gaps’ arguments; it is advance in science, not ignorance of science, that has revealed this fine-tuning to us.”
About twenty years ago the television show Dallas was in trouble. The writers had eliminated a popular character named Bobby and the show was losing popularity. The writers realized their mistake and began thinking up ways to solve the problem. They finally decided that the previous year of programming would become nothing more than a dream in […]
Well sure, living at the expense of others can certainly work, but let’s not confuse it with innovation.
“It seems to me that aesthetics, criticism, musicology and law are real disciplines, but not sciences. “