In reality, what you don’t know is always more critical than what you do
How Innovation Works: And Why It Flourishes in Freedom by Matt Ridley reviewed
Science Fictions: Exposing Fraud, Bias, Negligence and Hype in Science by Stuart Ritchie reviewed
What most people do is take a position and then accumulate evidence and reasoning to justify that position
People have a completely false concept about the nature of science
The best way to defeat this enemy will be to keep faith with our commitment to intellectual freedom, not to abandon it
A new lovable robot joins the cast in 2020
When everyone else zigs, it pays to zag
The tech magnate is on a mission to save the world from the attack of the Killer Robots
An interview with the author of the bestselling Seven Brief Lessons on Physics
With enemies as unhinged as this, who needs friends?
The world of social science is overwhelmingly left-wing that almost inevitably its studies will show conservatives as blinkered and dim
Unnatural Selection by Katrina van Grouw reviewed.
When Peregrine Worsthorne was on Desert Island Discs in 1992, he chose as his luxury item a lifetime supply of…