Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Dailey (aka Sam Weir from Freaks and Geeks) have quite a few produced screenplays under their belts now, some good (Spider-Man: Homecoming, Horrible Bosses, and some not so good (Vacation, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone). Game...
John Horgan is a top-notch science journalist, but he’s looking toward consciousness research to discover where science is heading. Join Skeptiko host Alex Tsakiris for an interview with science writer and author John Horgan: John Horgan: I think consciousness studies is the most exciting frontier in science right now. I’m really burned out on cosmology and […]
Evolutionary biologist and "passionate rationalist" Richard Dawkins has a new anthology of essays out today, titled Science in the Soul. Over at Scientific American, John Horgan posted an interview with Dawkins in which the two discuss a range of topics, from A.I. Show More Summary
Horgan is looking for a resolution in the softwood lumber trade dispute between Canada and the U.S. The post John Horgan to press for softwood dispute resolution in D.C. appeared first on Macleans.ca.
B.C.'s anti-pipeline premier wasn't around to stop a joint statement that sounded decidedly pro-oil—in a mealy-mouthed, premiers'-summit kind of way The post John Horgan misses the premiers’ meeting, loses game of inches appeared first on Macleans.ca.
After weeks of waiting and wondering, B.C. watches John Horgan lead the NDP to power. And our democracy remains intact. The post B.C. gets a new premier. The system worked. appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Vancouver Sun reports, “[New Democratic Party] Leader John Horgan said eliminating “unfair” tolls on the Port Mann and Golden Ears bridges will be part of the first budget he tables if he becomes premier.” The post BC Democratic Party Leader Promises to Eliminate Port Mann and Golden Ears Bridge Tolls if he Becomes Premier appeared first on Toll Roads News.
From proportional representation to provincial day care, John Horgan and Andrew Weaver want to close the book on the Clark era. Is the province ready? The post Big changes in store for B.C. under NDP and Greens appeared first on Macleans.ca.
But NDP Leader John Horgan says results show voters want change; he believes he can work with Greens to govern The post B.C. Liberals say they want to form minority government appeared first on Macleans.ca.
B.C. NDP Leader John Horgan on election night I wrote last weekend about how the progressive/socialist left needed to start winning elections in order to prove they (and not wishy washy centrists) should be leading the charge against conservative opponents. Show More Summary
John Horgan reports in Scientific American on a conversation with David Chalmers. (HT: the ever-helpful Dave Lull) There is some discussion of the so-called 'hard problem' in the philosophy of mind. The qualia-based objections are supposed to pose a 'hard'...
He failed to put a stake through heart of the Liberals, but the B.C. NDP will take a partial victory The post John Horgan’s roller-coaster B.C. election night appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Stuck on the road: NDP Leader @jjhorgan's campaign bus bottomed out and is now stuck in Surrey. @ScottRobertsCTV's is there. #CTVelxn pic.twitter.com/DI1O1RNE4L — CTV Vancouver (@CTVVancouver) May 8, 2017
(And HuffPo version here!) (Oh, and John Horgan seems to have, um, gotten stuck on the campaign trail…) Twenty-one years ago, we BC Liberals were gathered at the Hotel Vancouver, peering up some big TV screens, shocked by what we were seeing. It was Election Day in British Columbia, and the returns were coming in. […]
John Horgan recently sent me some questions, and has put them and my answers up at his Scientific American site, under the title Why String Theory is Still Not Even Wrong. My thanks to him for the questions and for … Continue readin...
Here. Calm down, John. The B.C. Liberals’ official Twitter feed, meanwhile, referenced a hashtag gaining steam on the social media platfom based on Clark asking Horgan to “calm down”: “#CalmDownJohn: reaction from the 1st #bclexn17 leader’s debate,” the party stated. Show More Summary
NDP leader's shots at 'Calm' Christy Clark signalled B.C.'s return to bare-knuckle politics The post Why John Horgan got scrappy in the B.C. election debate appeared first on Macleans.ca.
First came John Horgan leering at Christy Clark in the first B.C. Campaign 2017 debate: “I’ll watch you for a while. I know you like that.” That leering, creepy, condescending remark is a Kim Campbell Week One Level disaster, folks. Horgan — sounding rather like Groper-in-Chief Donald Trump — is going to be hearing about […]
Who’d ever say that to a woman? If you guessed John Horgan, BC NDP leader, you’d guess right. He said it today to BC Premier Christy Clark. Link here.
B.C. Liberal Leader Christy Clark, B.C. NDP Leader John Horgan, and B.C. Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver will debate live on NEWS 1130. Watch it here! The post Watch the B.C. leaders debate: LIVE VIDEO appeared first on Macleans.ca...