Eva Jablonka’s team makes the daring case, repurposing Hungarian chemist Tibor Gánti’s origin of life studies.
There’s a time for gentle and friendly conversations with atheist and Darwinian interlocutors, and a time for a more, shall we say, pugilistic approach.
He also answers another objection, namely that our uniform experience with designing minds is that minds are embodied in material brains.
Parents with a new baby are almost always asked, “Is it a boy or a girl?” And the answer is almost always one or the other.
Why should Sabine Hossenfelder think for a moment that anything that occurs to her has any correspondence to truth?