Monthly Archives: January 2011

Luskin Thinks Critics Must Be Clairvoyant

Casey Luskin takes note of the Elsberry and Shallit 2011 essay in Synthese in this way: I would have hoped that if Weber, a biochemist, was going to refute intelligent design, he would have provided more detail. Weber might protest that such an argument would be more appropriate to make in a scientific journal rather… Read More »

Looking Back at CES 2011

I attended the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada last week. Lots of articles are out there concerning the general tenor of the thing and the hot topics. In summary, the show is still The Big Thing for the consumer electronics industry, with upwards of 130,000 attendees. The exhibitors are thinking that mobile… Read More »