Dr. Miller explores more problems facing the idea that life began as strings of RNA.
The book paints Herbert Spencer as the eugenics-championing bad guy and posits that Darwin and Darwinism had little influence on Hitler’s master race ethic.
While England’s laboratory work is fascinating, what’s happening in his experiments differs dramatically from what is required of even the simplest life
Rob Stadler notes that the simplest existing single-celled organisms are far too sophisticated to have emerged through a blind process of prebiotic evolution.
Dr. Hedin argues that the dogmatic rule that natural science should only ever invoke natural causes has at its heart a logical problem.