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Stephen Wolfram joins a long line of theoreticians who believe they uncovered how the universe really works. He, like all of them, is almost certainly wrong.
A viral theory-of-everything manifesto is raising eyebrows of scientists and pop sci writers with one questions: how could it get published in a peer-reviewed journal?
When it's getting harder and harder to make truly profound, world-changing discoveries, we have to double down on skepticism to make sure we don't lead ourselves astray.
Since Dembski considered it beneath him to answer my design question, someone else tries to take a shot at them.
A few questions for the Great Creationist Information Theory Wizard William Albert Dembski about the design of the human body and genome.
There seems to be nothing creationists won't blame on Charles Darwin, especially the Holocaust.
It's actually a good thing there's a debate about whether to classify Pluto as a planet or something else.
They Might Be Giants have a short message about science.
Parents were shocked by the offensive content on the t-shirts worn by the Smith-Cotton High School marching band: a reference to evolution.
Evidence doesn't go away just because you choose to ignore it.