We are told that theories in science should be beautiful, and chance does offer a sort of bleak, existential grandeur.
Law-based approaches to origin of life have been gaining ground, powered in large part by ambitious rhetoric.
Life is an experience that everyone has and thinks they can recognize. A quality we think is very important. Yet no one can define it.
It turns out that, far from being the anchor of science, materialism has become its millstone.
If materialism (naturalism) is simply true, because everything comes down to matter in the end, what future might we expect?