A little-known fact about intelligent design is that the majority of it scientists already perform their work alongside colleagues with differing views.
A chemist like Tour, a very distinguished one, knows from a career’s worth of lab work how painstakingly difficult it is to synthesize molecules you want.
The human eye is for seeing, whether or not it has any effect on genetics. However, this common-sense view has a problem.
Today scientists marvel at the many associations among water chemistry, the environment, and life.
Olfactory receptors squeeze more data out of odor molecules than previously thought.