Popular articles on origin-of-life research often portray the field as constantly advancing and quickly converging on a purely materialistic explanation for the first cell.
“Nano” machines are impressive as technical achievements. Yet they are also exceedingly simple, “cute” but “useless.”
I helped form Discovery Institute 25 years ago and over that period, if I may use the term, it has evolved.
Doesn’t this beg a profound question? You could ask James Tour, or Michael Behe.
Taking aim at biologists who assume the matter of life from nonlife is well in hand, Tour sets out this way.