Astronomers have convincingly shown that the laws of nature are sufficient to account for the formation of stars and planetary systems throughout the universe.
Openly breaking with naturalism can get one dispatched to the gulag of intelligent design. For most scholars, that is a one-way trip to academic Siberia.
It was disappointing to see the inaccurate representation of ID, along with the poor scientific epistemology.
Steve Laufmann and Michael Egnor explore these and other insights at the intersection of biology and engineering.
A reader must ask if an RNA molecule could possibly govern chemical reactions, suppress free-riders, support co-operators, and act in its own self-interest.