The article is like a thermometer measuring a fever among evolutionists.
As the pioneering chemical evolutionary theorist Alexander Oparin put it, “The problem of the nature of life and the problem of its origin have become inseparable.”
What’s remarkable in nature is not so much that nature follows complex patterns, but that it follows any pattern at all.
What if there is genuine directionality in mutation? An important paper addresses the subject.
We are nearing a half-century since Eigen wrote about this paradox, and it “still challenges theoretical biologists.”