Scientists agree that our universe is finely tuned for the existence of life. But is the fine-tuning a happy accident or the result of foresight?
It’s time to get more intimately acquainted with the strange and wonderful numbers that hold our universe together.
Klavan smells a rat when famous scientists like Richard Dawkins use displaced authority to make proclamations about science’s relationship with religion.
When left to their own devices, the laws of nature tend toward death, not life. So what does it take for life to exist?
Have scientists made life in a laboratory? Two-thirds of the public think the answer is yes.