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Richard Dawkins and Neil DeGrasse Tyson Discuss The Mind, Science, Religion and Atheism

Very interesting discussion between two giants of science with slightly different approaches to teaching science. It’s full of challenging and mind expanding material and ideas. Amongst many highlights, Dawkins explains his metaphor of Mount Improbable and the evolution of the eye. … Continue reading

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Hamza Tzortzis, Evolution and the Epistemology Argument

An email popped up in my inbox last week and caught my interest. “Science explains everything…doesn’t it?” – it read. Now this was a bit odd as I have yet to come across a science book where the scientist has claimed that science explains everything. Science by … Continue reading

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The Amazon Kindle and the death of the printed book

I finally got round to purchasing an Amazon Kindle device around 6 weeks ago. I bought the Wi-Fi edition for £111 (as compared with £152 for the 3G edition) and what a wonderful device it is! The main reason I … Continue reading

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Professor S. Misbah Deen’s response to Stephen Hawking

I received an article in my inbox this morning from S. Misbah Deen, Emeritus Professor of Computer Science at Keele University, in which he responds to Professor Stephen Hawking’s claim last week, that the Universe did not need a Creator. … Continue reading

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