Exploring bleeding edge experiments, oddities, new and bizarre dicoveries, and fact-checking conspiracy theories since 2008. No question is out of bounds and no topic is too strange for a deep dive.
At what point do considering the limits of our knowledge and different ways of understanding turn into pointless navel-gazing?
A group of scientists seems convinced that humans have no free will solely because everything we do can be explained in the language of chemical and electrical signals.
As a loud and proud New Agnostic, Ron Rosenbaum doesn't just not know how the universe came to be, he doesn't want to know what we've found out so far.
Deepak Chopra's fluffy quantum creationist woo has a new imitator and he's ready to disappoint readers with a buzzword salad of an essay.
Michael Ruse seems to be angling for some of that sweet, sweet Templeton money by talking out of both sides of his mouth. But mostly the side that slams science and atheists...
Professor Massimo Pigliucci is trying to make a case for accommodating believers railing against science and fact-based education and discourse with some very flimsy arguments...
Dinesh D’Souza's exploration of evidence for the afterlife is a feat of intellectual laziness and incuriosity.
Questions like "do you believe in evolution" fundamentally misunderstand what science is and how it works.
According to Blaise Pascal, believers have nothing to lose from putting their faith into a deity that might not exist while atheists shoulder all the risk. But what if Pascal missed what it means to be a believer?