Monthly Archives: October 2013

Awesome Science Terrible for Humans

Philosophers of science (and scientists, and science journalists, teachers, etc.) like vivid examples of sciencey things happening that illustrate various scientific or philosophical concepts. Examples that make you gasp or chuckle or compulsively send the link to everyone in your … Continue reading

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Explanations, Natural Laws and Latin Masses

This isn’t going to make the cut for an academic paper, but I like it and couldn’t resist sharing: In many explanations, especially in chemistry, natural laws play a role akin to the role played by the resurrection of Jesus … Continue reading

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