How does life emerge from that which is not alive? That mystery has long exercised a peculiar fascination.
At a moment’s notice, Darwinists can spin forth a just-so story about the habits of Paleolithic man. With a little imagination, no doubt you could tell such an after-the-fact story yourself.
As Seth W. Cheetham and his co-authors put it, biology suffers from “demotivation into exploring pseudogene function by the a priori assumption that they are functionless.”
Certainly, there is no logical reason why life should be wedded to the transcendental value of beauty.
Overlapping genes, or “nested coding,” was anticipated by microbiologist Siegfried Scherer.