Walnut shells are found to create 3-D puzzles with tissues that even toothy squirrels can’t easily crack.
Life makes its way around the world using nonliving transportation systems, seeding the world with complex specified information.
Professor Weikart discusses a recent book by philosopher Michael Ruse on Darwinism, Christianity, and war.
Leisola and Witt also discuss the well-documented pattern of scientists defending an existing paradigm even after fresh discoveries have turned against it.
Marks concedes that a computer code can surprise us — as, for example, when playing the game Go.