Tag: carbon dioxide
Search for Habitable Planets Is a Design Detection Exercise
The extent of habitable space within all space can serve as a determinant of the plausibility of naturalism vs intelligent design.
A Mystery: Prebiotic Synthesis of Simple Organic Monomers
In 2010, University College London biochemist Nick Lane stated the primordial soup theory “doesn’t hold water” and is “past its expiration date.”
Zinc and the Miracle of Man
Elemental zinc pulls together multiple themes that biologist Michael Denton writes about in his new book.
Earth’s Atmosphere Demonstrates Stunning Biocentric Fine-Tuning
For photosynthesis to proceed on a planet like Earth, sunlight (visual light) must penetrate the atmosphere all the way to the ground.
Why Researchers Focus on Possible Life on Venus
Chemicals that we shouldn’t find unless they are produced by life forms are sparking interest in exploring Venus from both public and private sources.