That lone bright dot in the sea of dark is neither electric light nor rocket exhaust.
Formed by the burning of helium in red giant stars, carbon and oxygen are two elements on which all life is predicated.
If your pre-reading age kids sometimes play with magnetic letters, they’ve got the “elemental ingredients” in hand to produce a Shakespearean sonnet.
Two researchers conclude the genetic code contains a signature of intelligent origin and are publishing their ID-friendly reasoning in the world’s foremost planetary science journal.
By the end, confronted with sweet reason and common sense, Krauss is pretty much spluttering.