Criticism suggested that Nobel laureate Jack Szostak and others were fast closing in on a solution to the origin-of-life problem with the “principle of RNA self-replication.”
A chemist like Tour, a very distinguished one, knows from a career’s worth of lab work how painstakingly difficult it is to synthesize molecules you want.
In a Facebook Live broadcast from Discovery Institute’s offices, biologist Ann Gauger and I introduced a copy of the giant thousand-page tome.
The human eye is for seeing, whether or not it has any effect on genetics. However, this common-sense view has a problem.
Caleb Scharf explores the degrees of magnitude separating the immensity of the universe from the smallest particle of matter.