Ascribing sentience or cosmic purpose to forces or the particles on which they act is to step out of the realm of science into the realm of myth-making.
The world’s most prestigious science journal just published an ex-astronomer’s remarkable screed.
A lesser-known rotary engine within cells is responsible for a substantial portion of gases and nutrients that sustain the biosphere.
It would be surprising, under an evolutionary view, to find such a complex system in the earliest animal fossils.
These Ryugu samples appear to be our first chance to examine which organic compounds may be produced in a prebiotic setting in our solar system.