Armchair theologian becomes armchair scientist. I love evolutionary biology. Today’s NYT op-ed has a nice piece about finding our non-ancestoral local aliens.
I was intrigued by this article in CNN on the Kansas Board of Education. It seems that the faulty logic that ID people are trying to put forward actually puts them at a disadvantage in terms of curriculum design. If their wording goes through, it should be fine to suggest that a grand wizard (not the KKK kind, but the Gandalf kind) brought the world into existence. We are, in fact, nothing more than a magic school exercise. Or, how about that life on Earth is not unique, but we were seeded here by aliens to see how we would…
Mentioned an op-ed in the NYT about evolution. This piece complements it nicely. Really makes you understand the size of a mote when we put ourselves in perspective. How can we not be awed? How can we not understand that God gave us signs so that we may know (5:97, 17:12, 49:13, 65:12)?
Understanding God’s Creation. How can you do it with out science? I don’t understand. This is what got me thinking about the question. Just cool. Technorati Tags: Creation, Physics