New Atheism is dead. It was conceptually dead from birth, but now it’s stopped twitching.
One of my favorite poems (actually, a famous extract from the longer work Jubilate Agno) is Christopher Smart’s “To My Cat Jeoffrey.”
Theodosius Dobzhansky and Ashley Montagu wrote in 1947, “Race differences arise chiefly because of the differential action of natural selection on geographically separate populations.”
Design predictions rise as evolutionary assumptions fall. The junk DNA myth is, for all practical purposes, falsified.
Berlinski tempts Peter Robinson to ask him whether he still considers himself an agnostic.