When left to their own devices, the laws of nature tend toward death, not life. So what does it take for life to exist?
The historical wellspring of randomness in evolutionary theory is Darwin’s own insistence on “chance” at the causal foundations of life.
Dr. Richard Buggs is a plant biologist and professor of evolutionary genomics at Queen Mary, University of London.
Anil Seth, proponent of the “hallucination” theory of consciousness, vows that researchers will find that consciousness spot or circuit in the brain.
Once again, biotechnology is racing ahead of our capacity to intellectually digest what is happening.