There is one point of confusion in descriptions of this year’s prize winners. It’s the talk of “directed evolution.”
The problem these efforts face in the lab is exactly the problem faced by Darwin’s evolutionary mechanism in the wild.
Darwinian evolution, even in its 21st-century form, fails the formidable task of explaining how the first enzyme arose.
A recent series of critiques, published by the online journal Sapientia, was aimed at Doug Axe’s book, Undeniable.
The Drake equation is simply the product of a set of factors, estimating the number of active, technologically advanced, communicating civilizations in our galaxy.