A structuralist view suggests the biological realm is undergirded by “crystal-like” primal patterns, specified in the laws of nature.
While Darwin’s finches demonstrate that natural selection can generate small degrees of adaptive change, they also reveal sharp limits to the mechanism.
Discovery Institute’s Chairman of the Board, Bruce Chapman, asks me how the direction in nature’s evolution was imparted.
Our Discovery Institute colleague Bruce Chapman writes to me to ask the following question.
One of the critical requirements for sustainable fires, sufficiently hot to smelt metal ores, is wood.