A few weeks back a friend asked me if I believed in creationism or evolution. I did not answer because I do not think that a simple "yes or no" answer, without context, really answers something that is as complicated and controversial as this topic. There are many good and intelligent people who do not … Continue reading Evolution or Creationism?
definitely one of the best description of the theory of evolution. thing is, folks who understand it will keep posting this. folks who don't understand it will never watch this. c'est la vie...because really, homo sapiens is the 'best' a 'designer' could do... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZt1Gn0R22Q
Turn on the surround sound, put the screen on your HDTV, and enjoy one of the best videos you would have seen till now. Maybe even better than the time-lapse from the International Space Station. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5BAel-mHdY
I do not like the question - do you believe in this/that scientific theory? that is a stupid question to ask. the questions should be - do you understand this/that scientific theory and its strengths and weaknesses and how the scientists came to a consensus to formulate this theory? if you think it is weak, … Continue reading Do you “believe” in science?
so if space-time is a sheet of paper, mass causes the sheet to bend, which in turn bends light and also increases the distance traveled in time along the plane of the bent sheet. so based on wormhole theory, time-travel would be bypassing the curvature of space-time due to mass, and instead going straight ahead … Continue reading Time-travel…
Novel genetic patterns may make us rethink biology and individuality.
Being a scientist is a way of life. It does not matter if your transcript shows you have science classes, or if you degree says its “Science”. It does not matter if you have a doctorate or a diploma. A scientist is someone who uses the scientific method in his/her life. I don’t think a … Continue reading Science – Its a way of life
This paper was published today in the journal mBio. Moral of the story - men should stop lying. 228 cases of academic misconduct in the past 18 years is a very low number. As a scientist, I do wish that number was ZERO. And I also accept that vast cases of misconduct is not reported. … Continue reading Scientific misconduct
everyone has an opinion on how to stop, or if we can stop, these mass-murders. some say gun control and some say guns don't kill, people kill (I have heard it for years but my brain has yet to understand the logic in it). some point to Good and Evil and how we cannot stop … Continue reading Guns, Moral Theology, and Biology