There is no known cause, other than intelligent design, that can produce machine-like structures with multiple interacting parts.
The laws of the universe are necessary for life to exist. But they aren’t sufficient to explain how life arose.
Some scientists respond, “Well, there must be an enormous number of universes and each one is a little different. This one just happened to turn out right.”
In 1927, Belgian astronomer Georges Lemaître theorized that the universe began with a single explosion from a densely compacted state.
With mixed sadness and excitement, I write this to announce that I am leaving Discovery Institute and moving on to a new adventure.