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1200-year-old problem 'easy'
Schoolchildren from Caversham have become the first to learn a brand new theory that dividing by zero is possible using a new number - 'nullity'. But the suggestion has left many mathematicians cold. read more
The fertilized egg is not a human life
A while back, I got a letter from a student at the University of Texas named Mark, who had been confronted by a group of those typically hysterical anti-choice people on campus. They made an assertion ... read more
Vaccines do not cause autism!
I gave my daughter a vaccine, then she turned up with autistic symptoms. Therefore… But life isn’t always like that. And I very much hope that the judges in this case are familiar with the term post h... read more
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Did Planet Nine shove every planet in the solar system out of alignment?
Professor Gerdes said he was looking for a project ... of space where the planet could be 'What we'd expect is that the expansion would get slower and slower as time goes by, because it has been nearl... read more
Darwin's theory of gradual evolution not supported by geological history, scientist concludes
"The old notion of all the inhabitants of the Earth having been swept away by catastrophes at successive periods is very generally given up," he wrote. Instead, Darwin outlined a theory of evolution b... read more
Is science faith-based?
Science is even subject to itself. If the method itself didn’t work, we’d see it. Our computers wouldn’t work (OK, bad example), our space probes wouldn’t get off the ground, our electronics wouldn’t ... read more
The Triumph of Technology
To coincide with this year's Reith Lectures, entitled the Triumph of Technology, You and Yours asked what has been the most significant technological innovation since 1800. From the hundreds of listen... read more