- Is it worse to kill than to let someone die?
- On Total Certainty About God
- How to REALLY Answer a Question: Designing a Study from Scratch
- Should We Trust Our Gut? : The Idealization of Intuition and Instinct
- Will Terrorists Attack Manhattan with a Nuclear Bomb?
- Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About: Religion, God, and Spirituality
- Are There Aliens in the Universe?
- The Myth of “the Market” : An Analysis of Stock Market Indices
- Distinguishing Evil and Insanity : The Role of Intentions in Ethics
- The Missing Definition of Morality
- Does Science Contradict Christianity?
- Great Unsolved Mysteries of Science
- Ordinary Least Squares Linear Regression: Flaws, Problems and Pitfalls
- Does Beauty Equal Truth in Physics and Math?
- We, Evil?
- “I was cured” : Medicine and Misunderstanding
- Evaluating Extraordinary Stories
- Genesis According to Science: The Empirical Creation Story
- Was Albert Einstein Religious?
- Did Karl Marx Predict the Financial Collapse of 2008?
- The Information Content of Religion
- Is Math True?
Monthly Archives: February 2009
When we undergo a medical treatment and feel better how certain can we actually be that it was the treatment that helped us? More generally, how can we distinguish between what works and what doesn’t in medicine? Continue reading
WHEN someone tells you an extraordinary story, whether it be about miracles, angels, ghosts, aliens, psychics, worldwide conspiracies or anything else far outside the realm of our ordinary experience, it can be very valuable to ask yourself a simple question: … Continue reading
The story of the beginning of our universe, as a scientist today might tell it.