A review by John Gray of Richard Dawkins’ autobiography An Appetite for Wonder: The Makings of a Scientist (Ecco Press) reveals an incurably arrogant man, certainly a serial violator of the Richard Feynman rule of how to be a good scientist–be your own most severe critic.
Category Archives: Evolution
So consider here.
Monkeys and Mozart, a few parries and thrusts on the question of random mutations and selection, but also complexity.
Well we are a democratic egalitarian outfit here at Junk Science.com and a commentator devoted some time to a critique of a post on the Darwinian theory and the question of the unique nature of human cognition. I put that up, he protested that I am wrong and wrong headed.
Monkeys, Mozart, and complex functionality. The mysterious nature of living things and consciousness.
I am inspired once in a while to revisit what I think is an incredibly important area of inquiry, suffused with all kinds of political and religious coloring.
Here’s some news from the Academy–Darwin was right, we are just part of the tree of life, with no special abilities.
Many assume that we are a more advanced and evolved society.