“What’s in a name?” wrote Shakespeare. Perhaps a lot. In today’s sound bite world, we need to be careful with…

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This week I drove across Florida to be a guest on “It’s Time with Herman and Sharron,” also known as…

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My publisher has promoted my book as combining the best of science and religion. I like that. It’s a succinct…

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The joke goes like this: After a lecture on the universe, an old lady approaches. “Nice lecture,” she says, “but…

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“Nothing comes from nothing, nothing ever could,” sings Maria in the Sound of Music. You have to agree. Why does…

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If you’re reading this, you probably know that millions of people think belief is outdated and that science is in…

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Last week I explained why random events cannot create meaningful information. This week let’s see how recent laboratory results confirm…

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Where does information come from? Did you ever hear of that blind monkey typing? Some argue that, if the monkey…

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