Aug 20, 2013 — In science and math the distinction between right and wrong really means the difference between being factually correct or incorrect. But what about other kinds debates? What is the cost of our determination to be right about all things all of the time? Adam Frank thinks it's often too high.
Aug 13, 2013 — Steven Pinker's recent New Republic essay titled "Science Is Not Your Enemy" has generated lots of discussion. Commentator Adam Frank's response is to call out Pinker for missing a key point in the debate around the squishy concept of scientism.
Apr 23, 2012 — Commentator Stuart Kauffman argues that there is more to life than science. He says that we can't know everything, especially what will happen in the future.