Human Exceptionalism

Tune In To “BioScience Views”

With the intrepid help of the Discovery Institute, I have just begun a new one minute radio commentary called BioScience Views, that is beginning to get around. We haven’t created a dedicated Web page for it yet, but if you hit this link, you can find them.

Here are a couple of examples:

“Cruel and Unusual Death With Dignity;”

“How Infanticide Begins;”

Scientism and the Struggle for American Values;”

PETA’s Grandstanding on Global Warming.”

We are only on a few stations so far, but hope to grow. Stay tuned.

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