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Category Archives: Science and society
The primary environmental crisis today is the accelerating effect of CO2 emissions on climate change and global warming. To address this issue we need to put less CO2 into the atmosphere and we need to capture more carbon. Plastic has … Continue reading
Pictures of the burning Amazon rain-forests are horrifying enough to bring despair. Surely the world is doomed unless they stop! Easy to say, isn’t it. And I have found myself responding like that to the media attention. But is that … Continue reading
Scientific discovery has brought material benefits and physical comfort to mankind. The predictability of matter leads us to assume that it behaves according to fixed laws, and this belief has led engineers to develop tools and machinery to manipulate the … Continue reading
I came across this article, and it reminded me how amazing the animal world is, and in particular human beings. It only took 250 million generations since the first fossil evidence of animals to evolve a human, and each one is built … Continue reading
The Big Picture – An Honest Examination of God, Science and Purpose By P D Hemsley eLectio Publishing, $4.99, 266 pages, Format: eBook A former atheist/agnostic who gave God a chance offers open-minded readers this work which is both ambitious in scope … Continue reading
Research suggests that human brain has more switches than the entire internet. Each of the 125 trillion synapses that connect our 200 billion brain cells appears to have perhaps 1000 molecular scale switches. (ref 1) Some areas of our brain … Continue reading
We think that we design pretty neat things these days. We laugh at the man who said that the world would probably only need four or five computers. Those of us who are old enough can remember when we did … Continue reading
There are millions of people spending their working life pushing forward scientific knowledge. The breadth of knowledge discovered by the hands of so many scientists is beyond anyone’s comprehension. Pronouncements by the scientific community have become almost the word of … Continue reading