Chemist James Tour at Rice University calls the book a “heroic encyclopedic work.”
There’s a time for gentle and friendly conversations with atheist and Darwinian interlocutors, and a time for a more, shall we say, pugilistic approach.
The comforting old assumption seems more hollow by the day. The “gathering revolt” has arrived.
That there is something at all rather than nothing is a truth that atheists Stephen Hawking, Lawrence Krauss, and others have sought to smooth other.
It alludes to an adage with roots in ancient Greece, “Let the cobbler not judge above the sandal.” That is, mind your own business.