SciFriday: Chaos and the Code

May 22, 2020

All of creation is undergirded by mathematics. This implies a code behind our reality—and that means Somebody wrote the code.

SciFriday: Technocracy and Free Will

May 15, 2020

Can human society be reduced manageable algorithms in order to program a perfect society? That’s a question explored by the HBO series Westworld, but it’s also becoming more relevant in these days of contact tracing, social distancing, and the rise of globalist technocracy.

SciFriday: Fowl-purgisnacht

May 1, 2020

A town in Sweden decided to enforce COVID-19 social distancing for last night’s annual Walpurgisnacht festival by spreading a ton of chicken poop in the city park.

SciFriday: Containing COVID-19

March 13, 2020

COVID-19 compelled President Trump to take strong measures this week, suspending travel from Europe and promising financial relief. We discuss the spread of the virus, its economic impact, and the claim that the virus was triggered by 5G radio waves.

SciFriday: Israel’s Stonehenge and the Cult of the Dead

March 6, 2020

We share our impressions of Gilgal Refaim, “Israel’s Stonehenge,” and what scholars have learned after fifty years of studying a megalithic site that’s bigger, older, and contains thousands of tons more rock than Stonehenge.

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