Kenneth W. Krause
Kenneth W. Krause is a contributing editor, books editor, and "The Good Book" columnist for the Humanist and a contributing editor and columnist for the Skeptical Inquirer.
The Delectable Myths of Healthy and Healthier Obesity
Dog Behavior: Beneath the Veneer of ‘Man’s Best Friend’
Obesity: ‘Fat Chance’ or Failure of Sincerity?
Is biological race a mere myth or a troublesome fact better left unexplored?
CRISPR-Cas9: Not Just Another Scientific Revolution
Diet-Heart: A Hypothesis in Crisis? Part 3: The Modern Macronutrient War Rages On
Diet-Heart: A Hypothesis in Crisis? Part 2: The Modern Macronutrient Wars Begin
Diet-Heart: A Hypothesis in Crisis? Part 1: From Proposal to Paradigm to Policy
The Uncomfortable Science of Athletic Achievement
Childhood Obesity, Fast Food, and the Overstuffed Elephant in the Room
Taking Our Medicine: What Hope for Skepticism in Healthcare?
Obesity Redux: A Response to Readers
Why Gay and Lesbian? A New Proposal
Obesity: What Does the Science Really Say?
Innate Morality? Babies Weigh In
Science Writers Gone Wild?
Saving Us from Sweets: This Is Science and Government on Sugar
Besieging the Last Bastions of Race
Gender Personality Differences: Planets or P.O. Boxes, Evidence or Ideology?
SI Column on Teacher Unions Generates Storm of Reader Reaction
New Life for Human (Therapeutic) Cloning? Whence Come the Eggs?
The Case for Aggressive Evolutionary Science
A review of The Wild Life of Our Bodies by Rob Dunn
In Vitro Meat: An Imminent Revolution in Food Production?
The Effect of Teachers Unions on Student Performance
Women and High-End Science: Nurture or Nature, Prejudice or Preference?
Denisovans and Human Hybrids in the Game-Changing Age of Paleogenetics
Nothing obscures or distorts science quite like politics inspired by religion.
An Eye for the Ladies
Evolutionary scientists made 2009 a remarkable year for the fairer sex. Let's start with Darwinius masillae—remember "Ida"? On May 19 the...
Pathology or Paradigm Shift? Human Evolution, Ad Hominem Science and the Anomolous Hobbits of Flores
A pint-sized Hobbit recently shook the science world's foundations and set anthropologists at one another's throats.