It's as good a day as any to get our readers stirred up once again about the ideas of science and faith. This piece from the July issue of Scientific American is couched as a debate, but you won't find anyone arguing the side of religion here. It's a conversation between Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss, both of whom are "on the side of science," according to the article, but who tackle the argument in different ways.

 

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