“In an age when even some bishops are near atheists, ‘man doesn’t believe in God’ is hardly headline news. Unless, it seems, that man is Professor Stephen Hawking. It seems that every subject has its authorities, and in the case of religion, physicists are the new prophets, deposing the religious leaders whose vested interests debar them from being objective observers. As for philosophy, that’s dead, or so Hawking says. Believers know that when physicists talk about God, people listen. That’s why the minority of physicists who hold broadly conventional Christian views have become such important players in religion’s fightback against the idea that science has pulled the rug from under their feet.”
Eyes with lower pigment (blue or grey eyes) don’t need to absorb as much light as brown or dark eyes before this information reaches the retinal cells. This might provide light-eyed people with some resilience to SAD.
Light carries with it the secrets of reality in ways we cannot completely understand.
Without a solid understanding of the factors that affect the transfer of learning, the gulf between training and job performance is difficult to bridge.
We don’t know when or how music was originally invented, but we can now track its evolution across space and time thanks to the Global Jukebox.