All that is left is to add a factory to the Cornell device so it can produce for itself the molecubes that humans keep building and feeding them.
In my recent debate with Matt Dillahunty about the existence of God, Dillahunty invoked his favorite argument against God’s existence.
Casey Luskin discusses how theistic Darwinists Francis Collins and Karl Giberson rely on the argument that pseudogenes are junk.
What enables a long chain of linked amino acids to perform highly specific molecular functions with machine-like precision?
President Bill Clinton announced, in a speech Collins helped to write, “we are learning the language in which God created life.”