Daily Archives: March 30, 2011

When They Ask Us Why

[Note:  Though it is not my usual custom to post material on here by other authors, this note is an eloquent letter written about the Cogwa situation, responding to a letter from one Joel Meeker [1] by a friend of … Continue reading

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Nobody Is Without Worth: An Examination of Laplace’s Tenth Principle

Pierre-Simon, Marquis de Laplace was a French mathematician who was greatly interested in determining the behavior of the universe through a knowledge of its underlying mathematical properties.  As a somewhat irreligious man of the French Enlightenment, he was one of … Continue reading

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