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Testing Theory of Parallel Universes by Eugene Lim. The existence of parallel universes may seem like something cooked up by science fiction writers, with little relevance to modern theoretical physics. But the idea that we live in a “multiverse” made […]


CONFIRMED: The Last Great Prediction Of The Big Bang! by Ethan Siegel. A leftover glow unlike any other—of neutrinos—has finally been seen. More.

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“What Kind of Islam Is That?”: Talking With Refugees From ISIS by Mark Juergensmeyer. “They believe in some strange religion, not Islam,” a Muslim refugee from the Iraq city of Ramadi told me when I talked with him recently in […]


A Franciscan Moment by Timothy George. Evangelicalism is best understood as a renewal movement within the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church. Across time, evangelicals have drawn deeply from four wells of Christian wisdom: the christological and trinitarian faith of […]


How Many Laws Are Based On Psychology’s Bad Science? by A.D.P. Efferson. In his recent article, “How to Rethink Psychology,” Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry identifies what is likely the single greatest threat to the psychological profession’s status as a serious scientific entity: […]


“When applied to education, [progressivism] dictates that students are no longer to be taught to know permanently true, good, and beautiful things because such things do not exist (at worst) or are simply unknowable (at best). Instead, the children are […]


Iran’s War On Dogs by Stella Morabito. On the eve of the Obama administration’s deal to pour $150 billion into the coffers of soon-to-be nuclear Iran, we should consider carefully the character of the government with which they have struck […]