Tag Archives: Jerry Coyne

Chris DiCarlo: “The ‘FAIR’ Machine Project”

by | August 24, 2015

In one of his posts about INR5, Jerry Coyne discusses Chris DiCarlo’s presentation at the event: Chris DiCarlo related the heartbreaking tale about how he had lost jobs and tenure by being an atheist—in Canada!—and proposed that we devise some kind of “fairness machine” that could make decisions without human bias. In the video, “The ‘FAIR’… Read more »

Guest Post: Jerry Coyne in Toronto

by | June 15, 2015

Guest post by Leslie Rosenblood On Wednesday, June 10, I had the pleasure of meeting Jerry Coyne in Toronto to hear him speak about his new book, Faith vs. Fact, at an event organized by the Centre for Inquiry Canada. I have been a reader of Coyne’s website, whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com, for several years, and appreciate his… Read more »

Jerry Coyne in Toronto – Faith vs. Fact: Why Science and Religion Are Incompatible

by | June 11, 2015

Yesterday evening, I attended, Jerry Coyne’s talk, Faith Vs Fact: Why Science and Religion Are Incompatible, at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) Auditorium in Toronto. This speaking engagement addresses, at a higher level, the content of Jerry’s latest book of the same name. The talk was very well attended with the auditorium full… Read more »

“Light My Fire”

by | June 6, 2015

Ever since I received the June 5 reminder about the “the opportunity to hear Jerry Coyne discuss his new book Faith vs. FACT: Why Science and Religion are Incompatible,” the song “Light My Fire” has been running through my head: https://youtu.be/9iSXrZYhJt4 The organizers of the Jerry Coyne Event are appealing to Canada’s baby boomers when… Read more »

Coming Soon – Jerry Coyne @CFI Toronto

by | May 16, 2015

CFI Canada Toronto Branch welcomes JERRY COYNE University of Chicago evolutionary geneticist on Wednesday, June 10th at 7:30 pm at the OISE Auditorium, 252 Bloor St W to present his new book Tickets are now available through Eventbrite. There will be a book signing after the lecture and an after-event social gathering at a nearby… Read more »