|Department of Physics, Truman State University||5 Woodland Lane|
|Kirksville, MO 63501||Kirksville, MO 63501|
|(660) 785-4583||(660) 665-0491|
I teach physics at Truman State University, regularly wander off into strange territories where science and weirdness intersect, and, along with my wife, serve as a slave to three cats.
Interests: Quantum mechanics in phase space; philosophy of science; criticism of paranormal and supernatural claims.
Hobbies: Basketball; Renaissance and contemporary music; jigsaw puzzles; bad science fiction; satisfying the whims of cats.
For more, see a short biography.
- Courses: College Physics II, Junior Seminar, Weird Science, Calendar
- Research with students: read a summary description
- Books: The Ghost in the Universe, Why Intelligent Design Fails, Science and Nonbelief, An Illusion of Harmony
- Papers and Articles: Physics, Philosophy & Religion, Creationism/ID, Skepticism
- Media: Talks, Video, Podcasts, Edvardssonn
- Curriculum Vitae: PDF, HTML
- Photos: Latest, Abroad, In the US, Local (cats)