Prior Fitness for Life: The Problem of Boron
The atomic element boron is essential for life, but how do you get it from stars to plants and animals?
How Do We Decide if Something Is Well Designed or Poorly Designed?
Erika DeBenedictis’s statement that “organisms are absolutely the most sophisticated machines we know of” is supported by overwhelming evidence.
The Path to Technology Was Built into Nature
All these elements of fitness in nature for the development of technology, crucial to mankind’s rise to civilization, long preceded man’s arrival on Earth.
For Mankind, the Leap from Copper to Iron Was a Landmark Advance
The importance of metals, particularly iron, and the importance of the discovery of metallurgy can hardly be exaggerated.