I am so sensitive, I cry frequently. I am so soft, I cannot kill a cockroach. But very few things boil my blood like hoaxes and harmful conspiracy theories. It can take days to write all the points to refute one, yet the burden of proof is not on the one spreading such claims, but … Continue reading Of Hoaxes and Conspiracy Theories
In experiments on pig organs, scientists at Yale made a discovery that could someday challenge our understanding of what it means to die. — Read on http://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/02/magazine/dead-pig-brains-reanimation.html
Before 1919, cosmology was as subjective as art history. A solar eclipse, and a patent clerk’s equations, changed everything. — Read on http://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/28/science/solar-eclipse-einstein-physics.html
A cache of microscopic fossils from the Arctic hints that fungi evolved long before plants. — Read on http://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/22/science/fungi-fossils-plants.html
Science doesn't have a liberal or conservative bias. Standing up for science means standing up for the scientific method and rationality in all spheres of life.
Nearly two months back I was asked by a friend - "do you believe in God?" I replied - "yes, but depends on what you mean by the definition of God". There has been a lot of speculation and interest over the years as to my beliefs. As someone who came from a different culture and … Continue reading My journey through religion and spirituality