Science provides a clear expectation of what natural processes produce, and what we observe in the biopolymers of life is dramatically unexpected.
Or is it trickier than the scientists imagine, more akin to “hiding your tuna fish sandwich in a room full of cats”?
Jerry Coyne is having a hard time understanding why anyone would even consider taking panpsychism seriously.
Evolution’s grand tree-of-life story requires constructive evolution, not more and more cases of organisms tossing parts overboard.
They were quite the sudden, unanticipated gift in the history of life.