The Genesis Machine: Physics and Creation

By |2014-08-15T17:37:41-05:00August 17th, 2014|Categories: St. Thomas Aquinas|Tags: |

Champagne and strawberries at the headquarters of CERN[1] near Geneva and hyperbole in the media greeted the news at the end of March 2010 that the Large Hadron Collider began to function as expected. Two beams of protons, each with an energy equivalent of 3.5 trillion electric volts, smashed into one another in a [...]

What is Reality? The Inadequacies of Scientific Reductionism

By |2016-02-14T16:01:07-05:00December 30th, 2012|Categories: Books, Communio, Stratford Caldecott|Tags: |

I love it when New Scientist tackles the big questions. This week it is “What is Reality?” There is a new humility in science, it seems. Many scientists will now admit that we just don’t know the answer to the question. Scientific Reductionism is no longer convincing. You can examine ever smaller components of the [...]