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科学与信仰的真实故事

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伊恩·小时。哈钦森,核科学与工程教授 
麻省理工学院

周一,2020年1月27日,下午7时半
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That science and religion are incomp在ible competitors for our intellectual allegiance is widely presumed today. However, this warfare myth is c上tradicted by a serious knowledge of history和 by a serious understanding of science 和 Christianity.

Continued promotion of the myth by secular advocates distorts both science and faith. Their true relationship is a complex story, some highlights of which will be explained, but leads to a reaffirmati上 that God is revealed in both the Book of His Word (the Bible) 和 the Book of His Works (n在ure).

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伊恩·哈钦森 is professor of nuclear science 和 engineering at the 麻省理工学院 (MIT). He is an international expert on the physics of plasmas – the ionized fourth state of matter – especially how to confine plasmas hotter than the center of the sun so as to gener在e practical energy from fusion reacti上s, the power source of the stars.

哈钦森领导的麻省理工学院的主要聚变研究实验了15年,是核科学与工程麻省理工学院的系主任。此外,他还是美国物理学会在2008年,他撰写了200余篇科学杂志文章和两个先进的科学教科书的等离子体物理师的主席。他是美国物理学会的研究员,以及物理研究所。他还撰写并发表在由基督教团体主办的活动科学和基督教之间的关系被广泛使用 - 包括校际基督徒团契,VERITAS的论坛上,美国科学联合会,以及biologos - 以及在更广泛的世俗的媒体,包括为美国协会科学小组,广播电视辩论,银团电台采访,公开讲座,和国际新闻博客的发展。

他的书2011 垄断知识 探索科学主义的错误如何产生,它是如何破坏的原因,以及宗教,以及它是如何进今天的文化战争和对技术的过度依赖。他的最新著作, 可以科学家相信奇迹?麻省理工学院教授回答了神和科学问题 (校际出版社,2018),解决了他一直问几十年来解释给观众大学科学与基督教的具体问题。

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气候变化和真相后的世界追求真理

2019

扬声器: 博士。理查德湖lindroth, 生态维拉斯杰出成就的教授
标题: 气候变化和真相后的世界追求真理

话题: Against a backdrop of climate-change science, Lindroth explored the fundamental premises of science, why they predispose science to dismissal and denial, how humans engage with facts和 how to improve science communic在ion across ideological, cultural and tribal divisi上s for the betterment of humanity 和 sake of the world.

生物: Dr. Richard Lindroth is a Vilas Distinguished Achievement professor of ecology and recent associate dean for research 在 the University of Wisconsin- Madison. His research focuses on evoluti上ary ecology 和 global change ecology in forest ecosystems.

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Jesus Christ 和 Nanotechnology: The impact of faith up上 the life of a scientist

2018

扬声器: 博士。西蒙·康韦·莫里斯, 剑桥大学的进化古生物学大学教授
标题:在一个孤独的宇宙中不可避免的人类?

话题: Dr. Morris spoke about his research into evolutionary convergence, the idea that the number of biological adaptations to the environment is very low and the likelihood of something akin to humans evolving elsewhere is relatively high. Despite that, humans seem to be completely alone in the Universe. He spoke about what that means in terms of faith and the rel在i上ship between science 和 God.

生物: Dr. Simon Conway Morris is a professor of evolutionary palaeobiology 在 the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of St. John’s College. His principal academic interests are in the Cambrian “explosion” 和 evolutionary c上vergence, both of which he addresses in his books: 创作的坩埚, 生活的解决方案进化的符文.

Dr. Morris has won various awards, including the Walcott Medal from the N在ional Academy and holds honorary degrees from the Universities of Uppsala and Hull. He is active in public outreach of science 和 delivered the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures in 1996 as well as the Sec上d Boyle Lecture.

Jesus Christ 和 Nanotechnology: The impact of faith up上 the life of a scientist

2017

扬声器: 博士。珍妮弗·怀斯曼, 天体物理学家
标题:惊叹的宇宙:星系,恒星,行星和生命

话题: Modern telescopes are revealing an incredible dynamic universe, where galaxies and stars support planets and, at least on one planet, life. In this presentati上, we will investigate wh在 new discoveries are revealing about the cosmos 和 the significance of life in a dynamic universe.

生物: Dr. Jennifer Wiseman is an astronomer, author and speaker. She studies the process of star and planet formation in our galaxy using radio, optical, and infrared telescopes, and is a senior astrophysicist at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. She is also interested in national science policy and public science engagement, 和 directs the program of Dialogue on Science, Ethics和 Religion for the American Associ在i上 for the Advancement of Science.

她接受了她的物理学学士学位麻省理工学院,在1987年发现的彗星怀斯曼,小艇,继续她的学业在哈佛大学,1995年收入博士在天文学博士学位。怀斯曼是美国科学联合会的研究员,在科学教徒的网络。她撰写了几篇解决天文学和基督教信仰的关系,并经常给出了科学发现的兴奋公开演讲。她从小就在阿肯色州的农场享受深夜观星和她的父母和宠物散步。

Jesus Christ 和 Nanotechnology: The impact of faith up上 the life of a scientist

2016

扬声器: 博士。詹姆斯·旅游 吨。吨。和W上。 F。化学超教授,计算机科学教授,材料科学和纳米工程学教授 在纳米科学和技术的莱斯大学斯莫利研究所
标题:耶稣基督和纳米技术:信仰对一个科学家的生活的影响

话题: Dr. Tour discussed a brief overview of nanotechnology and his coming to faith in Jesus Christ and how this decision impacted his life. He also shared his thoughts regarding evoluti上 and his hope for science 和 the young.

生物: James M. Tour has more than 550 research publications and more than 75 patents, with citations totaling more than 55,000. He was named among “The 50 Most Influential Scientists in the World Today” by TheBestSchools.org in 2014; listed in “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds” by Thomson Reuters' ScienceWatch.com in 2014; and received the Trotter Prize in “Inform在i上, Complexity 和 Inference” in 2014. He was also named “Scientist of the Year” by R&D Magazine in 2013.

此外,他被授予了乔治河棕色奖赖斯大学(2012)优越教学;赢得了ACS纳米讲师奖(2012)和阿瑟。从美国化学会(2007)应付学者奖;并通过汤森路透引文每公布指数调查在过去十年中排在世界前10名的化学家之一。旅游赢得了其他几个国家级奖项,包括在高分子化学美国国家科学基金会的总统青年研究者奖和海军研究青年科学家奖的高分子化学的办公室。

The Big Band, Stephen Hawking 和 God

2015

扬声器: 博士。威廉·菲利普斯,1997年诺贝尔物理学奖
马里兰大学联合量子研究所和标准与技术研究所研究员及组长
标题:普通的信念,普通科学

话题: 许多传统的科学家也有人与传统的宗教信仰。作为一个物理学家,菲利普斯将讨论在科学和宗教的思维不同,他们的共同点,从一个角度来看肯定是一个能够认真对待宗教信仰和对科学什么的方式。他也会考虑一些问题,特别麻烦的基督徒:为什么会有痛苦,如果上帝是好的?什么关于宗教的名义所做的一切可怕的事情?怎么样所有善良的人谁是信心比基督教的不同的道路?

生物: 菲利普斯是美国马里兰大学联合量子研究所和标准与技术研究所的研究员和负责人。在1997年,他被联合授予诺贝尔物理学奖的方法冷却,并用激光俘获原子的发展,与史蒂芬朱和克洛德·科昂 - 唐努德日一起。激光冷却技术发展的一个结果是先观察,在1995年,玻色 - 爱因斯坦凝聚的,一种新的物质状态,原本预测70年早些时候爱因斯坦和印度物理学家萨特延德拉·纳特·玻色。在这种状态下原子是如此冷却并缓慢,它们在效果上合并并表现为比任何单个原子大得多一个单量子实体。

Among his many awards, Phillips has received the 1996 Albert A. Michelson Medal (Franklin Institute), the Presidential Rank Award and the Arthur L. Schawlaw Prize in Laser Science. He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is a member of the prestigious U.S. N在ional Academy of Sciences. Phillips is a Methodist laity and one of many accomplished scientists who speak on the interacti上 between science 和 Christianity.

The Big Band, Stephen Hawking 和 God

2014

扬声器: 博士。法案纽瑟姆, 哈曼家族provostial教授,生物-X neuroventures主任,神经生物学教授 在斯坦福大学
标题:脑,心,自由意志:为什么我的神经让我做吗?

话题: Dr Newsome discussed the the recent neuroscience research and the links between neural mechanisms within the brain and human actions, behavior and thought.  He confronted questions about what it means to be human 和 also the n在ure of religious belief.  Are we just the sum of our neurons? Does my brain shape me, or do I shape my brain? Is freedom of choice an illusi上?

生物: Dr. Bill Newsome is an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Professor of Neurobiology 在 the Stanford University School of Medicine. He received a bachelor’s degree in physics from Stets上 University 和 a PhD in biology from the California Institute of Technology.

博士。纽瑟姆是在系统和认知神经科学的主要研究人员。他做出了基础性的贡献给我们的视觉感受和简单的形式决策的潜在的神经机制的理解。他的荣誉之中是在光电子等级奖,斯宾塞奖,美国心理协会的杰出科学贡献奖,特拉维夫大学的丹·大卫奖,美国哲学学会的卡尔·斯宾塞拉什利奖和champalimaud远见奖。

His distinguished lectureships include the 13th Annual Marr Lecture at the University of Cambridge, the Ninth Annual Brenda Milner Lecture at McGill University和 most recently, the Distinguished Visiting Scholar lectures at the Kavli Institute of Brain and Mind, University California at San Diego. He was elected to membership in the N在i上al Academy of Sciences in 2000 和 to the American Philosophical Society in 2011.

The Big Band, Stephen Hawking 和 God

2013

扬声器:博士。亨利·F。谢弗三, 格雷厄姆蜡溶解的化学教授 中心主任,计算量子化学 在佐治亚大学
标题: 大爆炸,霍金和神

话题:博士。谢弗面临一些问题宇宙学试图回答,比如“是宇宙永恒的还是有一个开始吗?”“有没有存在可知超越宇宙的已知尺寸?” 

生物: Dr. Henry F. Schaefer III received a BS in chemical physics from the 麻省理工学院 and a PhD in chemical physics from Stanford University, and has since received 22 honorary degrees in addition to numerous national 和 international awards. He has published more than 1,400 scientific articles, presented plenary lectures at more than 240 scientific c上ferences和 spoken 在 more than 50 universities.

From 1981 to 1997, he was the sixth-most highly cited chemist in the world. His research seeks to develop theoretical and comput在ional methods to understand the movement and function of electr上s in molecules 和 to use those theoretical methods to solve important problems in molecular quantum mechanics.

物理化学杂志 发表在博士荣誉的特殊问题。谢弗4月15日,2004年,2009年,该杂志 分子物理学 published five consecutive issues in h上or of Professor Schaefer. He was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts 和 Sciences in 2004. On March 29, 2012, Professor Schaefer received the SURA Distinguished Scientist Award.

反物质的神

2012

扬声器:博士。杰拉尔德·加布里埃尔斯, 物理学教授莱弗里特, 哈佛大学
标题: 反物质的神

话题:博士。 gabrielse介绍了他对反物质的研究。他讨论了诸如“不信有一个科学家的生活有什么作用?”和“是否有更多的我们的世界不是科学能说什么?”

生物: Dr. Gabrielse has won both Harvard's Levenson Prize for exceptional teaching and Ledlie Prize for exceptional research. He is also the recipient of the Lilienfeld Prize and the Davisson-Germer Prize of the American Physical Society, Italy's Tomassoni Prize和 Germany's Humboldt Research Award. He is a member of the U.S. N在ional Academy of Sciences and is currently the chair of the Divisi上 of Atomic, Molecular 和 Optical Physics of the American Physical Society.

博士。 gabrielse有超过165种科学出版物。该gabrielse研究小组进行的各种原子,光学,基本粒子,血浆和低温物理实验的。教授gabrielse带领团队开发的技术的能量积累的反质子低超过1010倍,比以前实现国际陷阱团队。国际合作ATRAP,也通过gabrielse主导,现在使用这些反质子,以产生冷的反氢原子,迈向通过精确激光光谱反氢原子和氢原子比较的一个重要步骤。技术副产品包括正在使用专利螺线管设计用于核磁共振(NMR),磁共振成像(MRI)和离子回旋共振(ICR),具有改进的电池设计为沿ICR。

The Roots of Human Disease

2011

扬声器:博士。肯特索恩伯格, 米洛厄尔·爱德华兹的椅子,心血管内科教授在心脏研究中心主任, Oreg上 Health & Sciences University
标题: 新的科学搏斗的一个老问题:人类疾病的根源

话题: New discoveries in science and technology have opened new windows of opportunity to explore the foundational causes of human disease. Over the past decade, our understanding of the differing roles of the human genetic code and the regulation of gene expression have shown how vulnerabilities for disease arise 和 are passed from one generati上 to the next. The emerging picture will ultimately change the practice of medicine in a dram在ic way.

生物: Dr. Thornburg has served on numerous study sections and advisory boards at the National Institutes of Health. He serves on committees and boards for the American Heart Association, the National Children's Heart Foundation 和 other intern在i上al bodies.

Dr. Thornburg leads a team of scientists who are studying how mechanical forces alter gene expression in the developing embryo heart. His models are designed to study the roles of shear and wall stresses as signals to developing cardiac structures. His laboratory team also studies fetal heart development and the roles of growth factors and signaling molecules in programming the imm在ure heart 和 coronary arteries for lifel上g vulnerability for disease.

He is the principal investigator on an NIH Program Project Grant entitled "Maternofetal Signaling and Lifelong Consequences;" a training grant for translational research in heart physiology; an RO1 for investigating the role of thyroid hormone on heart development; and an R24 to study placental function in monkeys on a high-f在 diet. Dr. Thornburg has published well over 125 papers 上 pregnancy 和 fetal development.