Fire and water — could there be a more iconic dual symbol of the way our world, or its designer, saw us coming and carefully prepared the way?
Thanks to a unique cluster of properties, water is able to fulfill many roles essential to our living planet.
The authors argue that RNA molecules appeared in warm little ponds more than 4.17 billion years ago, transported by “meteorites and interplanetary dust particles.”
The subject of Michael Denton’s new book — water — is ubiquitous, as indeed for living creatures it must be.
Following the launch of our first chapter, in Houston, this will be the second regional group dedicated to supporting the work of Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture.
Why does something so complex clear our minds?
Yesterday we reported that Wikipedia editors erased the entry for distinguished paleontolgist Günter Bechly, a proponent of the theory of intelligent design.
This is a big deal, and a reminder of a key dynamic in the debate about intelligent design.
He shows how water’s properties are interrelated for the apparent purpose of allowing complex life to exist on our planet.
Materialist attempts to model the construction of hierarchical organization from the bottom up collapse into a heap of unanswered questions.