The unguided processes of nature quite often give an illusory inference of design – assembled products that seem to be perfectly suited for their environments and that give a certain sense of deliberate calibration. There is a reason why this illusion arises, and that is due to the process of natural selection, which so rightly […]Read more "The Illusion of Design"
Quite wonderfully, I had the chance to visit the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto a few weeks ago. The amazing museum boasts more than 6 million artifacts and about 40 galleries of art, archaeology, and natural science. Being the science enthusiast that I am, I went straight to the dinosaur exhibit (half real, half produced). […]Read more "Dinosaurs & Mars Rocks!"