Mike Flynn, on the subject of aliens, and whether there is any possibility they might look like…us: Now, which is more likely: That two extremely remote chances came up independently for the same species [rare-squared]; or That the one might have something to do with the other?
A new short story of mine, Dinner at Rosie’s, is out in the latest issue of The Christendom Review. Check it out if you get a chance. Lots of good poetry, fiction and essays.
John Wilkins with a nice post on why we shouldn’t get carried away with our appreciation of Darwin. Let us by all means celebrate the man and his achievements. But let us not make him into a demigod, either (nor any scientific hero – if Pasteur discarded 90% of his data, and he did, that… Continue reading
I missed this from earlier in the week. Nicholas Wade discusses David Sloan Wilson, Group Selection theory, and its relevance to the evolution of religion.
British actor Edward Woodward (Breaker Morant, The Equalizer series) has passed away.