Michael Behe described how he attended a conference to hear Nobel laureate John Walker, the world’s expert on ATP synthase, explain how it might have evolved.
It’s an uninhabited, inhospitable place where hopes die for life by chance.
The energy problem overshadows it all. There’s a great sucking sound of ATP disappearing down the great Atlantic rift.
How many times have we heard it claimed that the vast majority of the human genome is “junk” and therefore could not have been designed?
The authors argue that RNA molecules appeared in warm little ponds more than 4.17 billion years ago, transported by “meteorites and interplanetary dust particles.”