So there’s this absented-minded philosopher of science walking down the street, head in the clouds, not looking where he’s going.
Stephen Meyer discusses theories, like Kenyon’s, that seek to account for the information in DNA by reference to chemical forces alone.
Recent sensational headlines give astute readers occasion to contrast valid scientific inferences from leaps of faith based on worldview assumptions.
Some recent work suggests it all happened at once in a sort of “chemical big bang.”
Does life’s origin reflect the activity of a mind, or do blind, purely physical processes alone serve as a fully satisfactory explanation?