Space Engine…

is a piece of freeware that is slathered in Awesome Sauce. If you are interested in exploring the cosmos, check thou it out. [Read more...]

Summa origines scientiarum: Articulus 3

Article 3. Whether Christianity enabled the rise of science in the West Mike Flynn on Jerry Coyne is sort of like watching a cat playing with an incredibly arrogant and somewhat dim mouse. Fun! [Read more...]

What Joy!

The next installment in Mike Flynn’s series “Summa origines scientiarum: Articulus 2” is up!  Don’t miss it if you can! [Read more...]

Summa origines scientiarum: Articulus 1

Question I. Whether Christianity promoted the rise of science Don’t miss this series. This is the sort of stuff Mike Flynn was born to write. He does it better than anybody else I’ve ever encountered. Delightful! [Read more...]

Ew! and Cool!

Foot long whale ear wax plugs tell us about whale’s life and about environmental pollutants. [Read more...]

Whoa! Mike Flynn’s Been Busy!

The next installment of the Great Ptolemaic Smackdown is out!  I hope he turns this into a book or something.  What fun! [Read more...]

Huzzah! The Next Installment of Mike Flynn’s Epic Tale…

…of the Great Ptolemaic Smackdown is now up!  I’m loving this series! [Read more...]

Postmodernity Often Mistakes Benefiting from Science for Knowing Something about It

Result: people who sign petitions to ban dihydrogen monoxide and expand abortion rights to the fourth trimester. It’s what comes of worshipping instead of using the intellect. [Read more...]

Why Sex with Creatures from the Future is a Bad Idea

Science: Striving to Answer the Big Questions. Be careful out there, people! Also: 186,000 miles per second isn’t just the law, it’s a good idea: Imagine: you’ve traveled all the way across the galaxy to some faraway, potentially life-embracing planet orbiting a faraway star, only to obliterate your destination upon arrival. It’s a very real [Read More...]

What Joy! Mike Flynn’s Next Installment…

…of the Great Ptolemaic Smackdown! History is always so much more fun and interesting that one-dimensional propaganda. [Read more...]


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