Was the Nobel Denied to a Creationist?
February 9, 2004
Rick Weiss, writing in Smithsonian Magazine (Dec. 2003), analyzes Raymond Damadian’s “prize fight” over the 2003 Nobel for Physiology and Medicine (see 11/10/2003 and 10/10/2003 entries). He suggests the possibility that one of the main reasons was Damadian’s views on creation. A Nobel spokesman denies it, but Weiss wonders: But it is difficult not to […]
Accepted Science or Censorship by National Park Service?
January 8, 2004
What’s a national park bookstore vendor to do? A beautiful new book of photographs and quotations on Grand Canyon, entitled Grand Canyon: A Different View by veteran river rafting captain Tom Vail, went on sale in the national park bookstore. One would think it would not stand out too much along with hundreds of other […]
Discussions Increase About Science and Religion
January 5, 2004
Cary McMullen, writing for the Lakeland Ledger (Florida), has listed some recent developments indicating that more and more scientists and theologians are becoming interested in the relationship between science and religion. His list spans a spectrum from atheistic opinions of Stephen Weinberg to neo-orthodox views of Fuller Seminary, with a variety of voices and views […]