Besides the old standbys of alcohol, tobacco and firearms, you can abuse a lot of otherwise fine things.
Also coming up locally, events with Dr. Meyer at University Presbyterian Church, and Chabad Jewish Center.
As scientists contemplate a new fossil from China, a shrimp-like Cambrian animal with the oldest known cardiovascular system and a "thinking" brain, would you like a prediction?
Adam Gopnik deserves a prize for uninformed commentary on Stephen Meyer’s work.
A remarkably restrained and balanced response to intemperate criticisms of ENCODE by hard-core Darwinists.
Many critics have insisted that evolution can produce irreducibly complex structures, pointing notably to the example of Avida, a computer model demonstrated in a 2003 Nature paper.
In discussing Cosmos and related matters, we’re in the habit of talking as if there were just two alternative world-views.
Last night’s episode was highlighted by a fascinating discussion of how scientists have determined the compositions of stars, and what happens when different types of stars die.
It would be easier to laugh this off if "nature rights" laws weren’t being enacted in law.
Naturalism commands us to believe that mud somehow produced mind. Therefore, our ancestors are not gods or heroes but half human or less.