Berlinski’s new book, One, Two, Three: Absolutely Elementary Mathematics, is a beautiful, brief, and very funny introduction to the history and philosophy behind basic math.
Princeton biologist Lee Silver, whose ideas on eugenics were promoted by Norwegian mass-murderer Anders Behring Breivik, debated intelligent design with Discovery Institute Senior Fellow and mathematician William Dembski at Princeton in 2005:
Ever wonder how butterflies flash brilliant colors from their wings? It’s not done with pigment. Instead, butterflies use a trick of light that sounds like something out of Star Trek: “photonic crystals.”
Norwegian mass-murderer Anders Behring Breivik may be a madman, but his ideas for eugenics come from an Ivy League evolutionary biologist, Lee Silver.
The media establishment botch the story about Norwegian mass-murderer Anders Behring Breivik’s ideology.
In a post on July 7th I suggested that Darwinian evolution was a “scientific pip-squeak and a suit of cultural armor”. Here I would like to examine exactly how that cultural armor was historically constructed. In so doing we will see the stuff of which Darwinism is truly made.
Misreporting an issue by misdefining your terms misses the picture — and undermines your credibility as an objective outlet doing serious journalism.
The National Center for Science Education has no problem with religious argumentation when it supports neo Darwinism and opposes human exceptionalism.
The one in which Jonathan Wells and Paul Nelson meet with friendly, open-ended questions, curiosity, and meaningful exchanges.