From Rachel Kaufman, National Geographic News (September 29, 2011): The planet Mercury is dotted with holes that appear to be unlike any other landform yet seen in the solar system, new pictures show. And just think, that little fryball is the last place you’d expect the unexpected, too …
That’s part of the reason that the Times’ circulation has been tanking for years.
Beware of people who preach that common sense is a bad thing. Usually, they are promoting NON sense in its place.
Here. A riposte to that Doonesbury cartoon. Yeah, over a year ago. But now that Einstein is down in flames (?), we decided to stop thinking that it even matters. Follow UD News at Twitter!
Listening to someone other than Jerry Coyne would be fun, even for Jerry Coyne.
Here, we still hold out hope that the faster-than-light neutrinos are an honest mistake. But the glory of real science is precisely that Einstein could be wrong.
Philosophers in office too easily confuse the Life of Virtue with what the law can enforce.
Darwinism need only be proclaimed to be believed and embraced by adoring popular culture. Making sense is irrevelant.
One could listen to this person without enforced interest.
Smashing something against a rock is enterprising, but does not constitute using a tool.
And it’s still a big issue today, amazingly enough, in the discussion of design in nature.
UD News staff are all veterans of many mid-life cancer funerals. Go ahead, Telic: Blow the cancer to hell.
Except it only really tells you about the pathologies of Darwinists. Sad one.
The scope will be broad, giving the interested attendee a glimpse of epigenetics at both the molecular as well as the organism level.
As one blogger put it, this is just Dawkin’s Weasel program all over again–comparing a partially completed solution to the final solution, and modifying only the parts that are wrong. Not a very random way of using those monkeys at all! Imagine taking an MedCat exam where the professor told you which multiple choice problems Read More…