When Apollo 8 broadcast the first live television coverage from space, they humbly read Genesis to the world. What happens when God is instead ignored?
We feel, almost instinctively, that it is wrong to meddle with the DNA of an unborn human being, but we don’t know why we feel that way, nor can we articulate it.
U.S. scientists are outraged over gene editing on babies in China, yet silent about the federally expanded market for aborted baby parts here in the United States.
Last week, a Chinese researcher said he helped create the world’s first gene-edited babies, in an effort to make them less susceptible to AIDS. Scientists responded in an uproar.
Madame Curie became the first woman in Europe to earn a doctorate in physics and the first female professor at France’s Sorbonne University. November is the anniversary of her birth.
With her entire being, she told me that she was no longer a faceless statistic. She is a real person who has been freed from years in a frozen prison.
Some of the celebrities rushing to blame climate change who lost their homes actually lived in a region known for regular fires.
Which foundational ideas, assumptions, and seemingly-semantic debates mold how we interpret our world in relation to science and faith?
‘First Man’ provides a glimpse of a laconic test pilot and engineer who inconveniently became a celebrity.
‘First Man’ has a plot, but seems to be shot at a remove from the characters, meanders without becoming involving, and has puzzling ideas about children.
Enlightenment ideas have a long track record that shows the ideal of reason is not an illusion but a commonplace reality.
Steven Pinker makes a good case that something has been going right in the modern world, but you’re on your own if you want to define exactly what that is.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Dr. Debra Soh discusses brain imaging, differences between women and men, and gender-neutral parenting.
When life begins is not up to personal opinion, it’s a scientific fact. Let me explain, as a physician, what all my years of training have shown.
One of the scientific advisors on Jurassic Park is making an apology for what he considers to be bad science in that film. But the apology holds water like a spaghetti strainer.
These works of fiction show that science in and of itself cannot answer questions of purpose, and science applied without purpose can be destructive.
Author Mona Charen joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss her new book on how feminism fails women at home, the workplace, and relationships.
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