Biology

The universe is queerer than we can suppose: Richard Dawkins on TED.com

Posted by: Tedstaff

Biologist Richard Dawkins makes a case for “thinking the improbable” by looking at how the human frame of reference limits our understanding of the universe. (Filmed at TEDGlobal 2005, July 2005 in Oxford, UK. 22:00)

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Comments (3)

  • Ideapals hana commented on Feb 17 2010

    That intelligent design should be taught as an alternative to evolution is not only very bad science, it’s unchristian too
    and People of faith have rejected the benefits of an open mind and, perhaps through choice, are destined to repeat their bloody pasts

  • Ideapals hana commented on Feb 17 2010

    That intelligent design should be taught as an alternative to evolution is not only very bad science, it’s unchristian too

  • Ideapals hana commented on Feb 16 2010

    I think that creationists and evolutionists are both wrong. Here’s why: Evolutionists assume that there is nothing that needs to be taken on faith and Creationists dismiss all scientific evidence of evolution. Both of these approaches are wrong. I have more info on ideapals in the intelligent design of evolution group….