Cyclical models of history are always popular.
This is something that should be on the short list of things to get rid of that will improve life for everyone.
I love photo essays like this.
This kind of technology is always a double-edged sword; you can use it to save premature babies, or you could use to completely separate sex from reproduction.
An older article about the San Antonio-Austin corridor.
Soldiers often find they have more in common with their enemies than the civilians at home.
A beautiful example of wealth well spent.
Armies of PhDs with algorithms are competing to fleece us of our money.
Sometimes it takes a very long time to be vindicated.
Our understanding of evolution owes much to E. coli.
A fascinating 2006 interview by Razib Kahn. I largely agree with Webb's positions, and I want to read his books.
It has been a long time since I stopped by James Chastek's Just Thomism, but this is the kind of post that keeps me coming back. This is exactly how I feel about the philosophy of Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas.