Researchers: Characteristic snake skull and its parts appeared long before snakes lost their legs
Here: embedded by Embedded VideoYouTube Direkt In this video, Dr Craig argues that we have good reason to accept the objectivity of ought, and from that we see that there is a credible ground of such, God. In slightly more details, if one rejects the objectivity of the general sense of OUGHT as governing our […]
Townes: Intelligent design, as one sees it from a scientific point of view, seems to be quite real.
By now, I expect that readers will have formed their own opinions about the tragic massacre of twelve people at the Paris headquarters of Charlie Hebdo. And I expect, too, that people will have read and digested the remarks subsequently made by His Holiness Pope Francis on the inappropriateness of ridiculing other people’s faith. In […]
If we mean only to say that they were humans, not animals, then the secrets of their cognition are the same as the secret of ours.
We don’t know if a habitable planet is born every minute, but at least one type of person is.
My take on Nye is that he was a schoolroom celeb but didn’t really age into a guru role. Fair? Unfair? Thoughts?
Serious coverage shortly, but first…
Will automation also steal jobs that require intelligence?
And Meyer still #2 in paleontology after all this time.
Good thing if none of the students ever suggested they doubted Darwin or some crackpot ecology claim .
I was reading an exchange of emails that took place between noted physcist (and skeptical warmer) Freeman Dyson and his interlocutor, Steve Conner, of the Independent of London. To my eye, Dyson is spot on in his critical thinking. But what most caught my eye was his analysis between the ‘experts’ and the general public […]
Over at Why Evolution Is True, Professor Jerry Coyne has responded to neurosurgeon Michael Egnor’s recent article arguing that materialism cannot account for our ability to form abstract concepts, such as the concept of “good” (Free Will is Real and Materialism is Wrong, Evolution News and Views, January 15, 2015). As Professor Egnor puts it: […]
Sorry if this post is a bit for computer programmers, anyway I trust that also the others can grasp the overall picture. Evolutionists claim that what it takes to evolution to work is simply “a populations of replicators, random variations on them, and a competition for survival or resources”. Today we will try to partially […]
So it is a sign of good mental health to be really mad at someone you think doesn’t exist?