For the record, I see the dress as white and gold.
For a good article on the philosophy of color, check out this article in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Read the first few sections just to get an idea of the issues. This article does not require a great deal of philosophy experience to understand.
This is a link to an interesting interview with Daniel Garber of Princeton University. He specializes in early modern philosophy (1500-1800), which is largely the topic of the interview. Daniel Garber was my dissertation adviser.
Ken Miller is a famous defender of evolutionary theory in biology and a frequent critic of intelligent design and its proponents. He is also a Catholic. Follow this link to see what he thinks about evolution and about the relationship between science and religious belief.
With the recent outbreak of Measles in California (at Disneyland), ethical issues concerning the vaccination of children are being frequently discussed in the media. Here are two websites that discuss these and related issues from a philosophical perspective:
Check out this article from Scientific American about the Singularity University. The topics discussed are mind uploading, immortality, human enhancement, artificial intelligence, and the singularity. The singularity is the point in time when artificial intelligence becomes so smart that it escapes human control and begins to evolve on its own.
Here is a good article on the idea of a multiverse (possible worlds) as an answer to the fine-tuning problem: https://philosophynow.org/issues/89/The_Multiverse_Conundrum This article might require a subscription, but I was able to read the entire article before returning to it and finding my access blocked.