Why should Sabine Hossenfelder think for a moment that anything that occurs to her has any correspondence to truth?
Around 1970 Michael Denton was a young researcher at Kings College London, thinking about how mammalian red blood cells could become anucleate.
“The whole world works together in the service of man,” as Francis Bacon wrote. Denton revives this ancient insight with modern rigor.
To see cells in action, he notes a remarkable video, “Neutrophil Chasing Bacteria,” made in 1950s by a researcher at Vanderbilt University.
In this third of three episodes with Stephen Meyer, James Tour draws from questions sent in by listeners to his own podcast.