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Chasing Butterflies and Truth

Which came first? The butterfly or the flower? And how did flowers happen at all? The question hasn’t been answered yet, not quite. But scientists are closer to finding answers. Meanwhile, wondering whether chickens or eggs came first gives philosophers … Continue reading

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Science and Religion

I’ve seen a few op-eds saying that science needn’t interfere with religious beliefs. Some even said that science and religion, faith and reason, get along fine. Those were nearly always Catholic publications. The one I saw this week was in … Continue reading

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Science, Faith, and Me

This universe is bigger and older than some folks thought, a few centuries back. I don’t mind, at all. Besides, it’s hardly new information. We’ve known that we live in a big world for a long time. “Indeed, before you … Continue reading

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LIGO/Virgo: Another First

Another gravitational wave observation gave scientists the best evidence yet about one aspect of merging stars. On August 17, 2017, folks with the LIGO/Virgo collaboration observed three clusters of gravitational waves. This time astronomers found an infrared, visible, and X-ray … Continue reading

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