Tag Archives: Science

Teaching Faith and Science to Children

Sometimes people throw away science or religion. What do you think happens? The wise answer of a child.  Teaching Faith and Science to Children

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World’s oldest stone tools discovered in Kenya

“Researchers at a meeting here say they have found the oldest tools made by human ancestors—stone flakes dated to 3.3 million years ago. That’s 700,000 years older than the oldest-known tools to date, suggesting that our ancestors were crafting tools … Continue reading

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Podcast Interview of My Article “In the Gospel, Faith Must Come First”

Recently Nick Galieti recorded an interview with me and posted it to the FairMormon blog. We discussed topics of scripture study, learning, the atonement, and faith. Hope you enjoy the interview (about 29 minutes long). Many thanks to Nick for the … Continue reading

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Fossil pushes back human origins 400,000 years

Fossil pushes back human origins 400,000 years. From Science. (Image also from Science).

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The search for signs of life on exoplanets at the interface of chemistry and planetary science

The search for signs of life on exoplanets at the interface of chemistry and planetary science. From Science Advances a publication of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

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Why Facebook and Google succeeded.

See this cool map of entrepreneurial quality in the Bay Area from Science Magazine.

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PhDs. Overqualified or underqualified?

Article in Science Magazine tackles the question of whether a PhD program overqualifies or underqualifies someone.  My opinion is that with training nearly exclusively in research in one single research area that PhDs have a valuable, but limited skill set. … Continue reading

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