One wouldn’t ask except that he is always talking against everyone else as inherently violent.
Even though keiths “bomb” has been defused and debunked in several ways, it has occurred to me that there is another major flaw in keiths argument. However, to reiterate the main debunking point: Barry Arrington asked for a “science bomb” that would demonstrate him wrong about what ID argues; keith’s “bomb” assumes the very thing […]
Some call these types of life forms “Lazarus species,” animals we thought were extinct. (One third apparently turn up again.)
Actually, half the people who say they “stand for science” today would lose all interest in it if it didn’t happen to support their pet peeves, grievances, and crotchets.
Worst of all, he wants “regulatory oversight.” So those who can’t stop or fix the machine will spy on the rest of us instead?
An Information-Theoretic Formalism for Multiscale Structure in Complex Systems (Open access)
Could this all happen to nicer people? Hope not.
. . . and blatant denial is not an appropriate response to the reality of and/or easily known facts concerning functionally specific complex organisation and /or associated information, FSCO/I: Facts are stubborn things, but people can be more stubborn than that. (That is, there are two types of ignorance, I: simple ignorance because one does […]
Here: However, a new piece of research offers an intriguing (albeit equally unproven) alternative. Zhang Wang and Martin Wu of the University of Virginia make an argument that instead of a chancy cellular merger, or engulfment of one prokaryote by another, the mitochondrial machinery actually comes from a parasite. What started out as a bacterium […]
Rana: Elegant design and exquisite molecular logic of biological systems
The highly esteemed Franklin M. Harold is the author of a newly-published book: In Search of Cell History: The Evolution of Life’s Building Blocks, University of Chicago Press (2014). According to the publisher, this book investigates the full scope of cellular history. The content is broad and includes the relationship between cells and genes; the […]
Like, you always wondered about the space aliens. Okay …
Because we don’t really have a history of violence,
Here — a useful FYI. Readers may wish to add more, this is a potentially global, grave issue. END
In a universe that doesn’t make sense, why should we expect cosmology to make sense?