new photo blog

i started this blog in 2006, and it's shifted along with my interests through the years. it's been witness to a lot of learning for me...

still, i feel that i need a home for my photography -- so from now on, i'll be posting my pictures on the journal on my reworked website. if you like my photos, you might decide to follow me there!

my first post is here -- check it out!

as for this blog, i'm not sure what will happen. i don't think i'm willing to let it go, and certainly i'll keep it as an archive, but i need some time to figure it out.

for those of you that pop in from time to time, thanks for the visits and encouragement.

Monday, August 15, 2011

50 more scientists speaking about god

so this is part 2:

  the first 50 were here.

i guess that makes 100!

51. frank wilczek, nobel laureate in physics, mit
52. vs ramachandran, world-renowned neuroscientist, uc san diego
53. bruce c. murray, caltech professor emeritus of planetary science
54. sir raymond firth, world-renowned anthropologist, lse
55. alva noë, berkeley professor of philosophy
56. alan dundes, world expert in folklore, berkeley
57. massimo pigliucci, professor of philosophy, cuny
58. bede rundle, oxford professor of philosophy
59. sir richard friend, cambridge professor of physics
60. george lakoff, berkeley professor of linguistics
61. sir john sulston, nobel laureate in physiology/medicine
62. shelley kagan, yale professor of philosophy
63. roy j. glauber, nobel laureate in physics
64. lewis wolpert, emeritus professor of biology, ucl
65. mahzarin banaji, harvard professor of social ethics
66. walter sinnott-armstrong, professor of practical ethics, duke university
67. richard dawkins, oxford evolutionary biologist
68. bruce hood, professor of experimental psychology, bristol
69. marvin minsky, artificial intelligence research pioneer, mit
70. herman philipse, professor of philosophy, utrecht university
71. michio kaku, cuny professor of theoretical physics
72. dame caroline humphrey, cambridge professor of anthropology
73. max tegmark, world-renowned cosmologist, mit
74. david parkin, oxford professor of anthropology
75. robert price, professor of theology and biblical criticism
76. jonathan haidt, professor of psychology, virginia
77. max perutz, nobel laureate in chemistry
78. rodolfo llinas, professor of neuroscience, new york
79. dan mckenzie, world-renowned geophysicist, cambridge
80. patricia churchland, professor of philosophy, uc san diego
81. sean carroll, caltech theoretical cosmologist
82. alexander vilenkin, world-renowned theoretical physicist
83. pz myers, professor of biology, minnesota
84. haroon ahmed, prominent cambridge scientist (microelectronics)
85. david sloan wilson, professor of biology and anthropology, suny
86. bart ehrman, professor of religious studies, unc
87. seth lloyd, pioneer of quantum computing, mit
88. dan brown, fellow in organic chemistry, cambridge
89. victor stenger, emeritus professor of physics and astronomy, hawaii
90. simon schaffer, cambridge professor of the history of science
91. saul perlmutter world-renowned astrophysicist, berkeley
92. lee silver, princeton professor of molecular biology
93. barry supple, emeritus professor of economic history, cambridge
94. alan dershowitz, harvard professor of law
95. john raymond smythies, professor emeritus of psychiatric research
96. chris hann, max planck institute for social anthropology
97. david gross, nobel laureate in physics
98. ronald de sousa, emeritus professor of philosophy, toronto
99. robert hinde, emeritus professor of zoology, cambridge
100. carolyn porco, nasa planetary scientist

via open culture

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