Amidst all the conversations of how to best pay for healthcare in the United States, we also need to discuss how to best treat patients for those dollars.
We talk a lot about science here, but science isn’t just talk. I thought maybe we could roll up our sleeves and try a little science.
Visiting that imaginary place allows you to see that Newton’s laws actually do apply to our world and reveals those inanimate forces our minds find difficult to see.
Yesterday, Colleges and Evangelicals Collide on Bias Policy ran on the front page of the NY Times. For 40 years, evangelicals at Bowdoin College have gathered periodically to study the Bible together, to pray and to worship. They are a tiny minority on the liberal arts college campus, but they have been a part of the […]
In my last post, I expressed some surprise at the fact that I am still a Christian, and that was genuine. But at the same time, I also find it perfectly reasonable and rational to be a Christian. Which, as you can probably imagine, is pretty important to someone who is scientifically inclined. And so […]