Category Archives: On theories

Death and Taxus

It’s been ages since I added anything to this blog – I guess it’s about time! Death and Taxus.  Constants of the universe.  Taxus is the scientific name of the trees known as yew, with needle-like leaves and single seeds … Continue reading

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Evolution of altruism

Not only should we consider that altruism can indeed evolve, we should cultivate the stuff. Continue reading

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A little bit of physics envy, perhaps

Physicists seem to have an admirable capacity to look at things in different ways, and not freak out when somebody suggests a new view of the universe. Continue reading

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Doesn’t it seem political?

The “debate” between the neo-Darwinian theory and “intelligent design” is false and misleading Continue reading

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What’s wrong with being a theory?

I often hear evolutionists claim that evolution is not a theory, but a fact. I argue that this is not so. Continue reading

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