One of the advantages we have in our study of nature is our ability to observe an entire “unpolluted” universe.
In combination, the factors mentioned here and in my last two posts constrain the “cosmic habitable age” to narrower dimensions.
Granted that the early scientists were Christians, does it follow that science necessarily supports Christianity or any form of theism?
I am fascinated by the philosophy of science parallels to similar moves in molecular phylogenetics and systematics.
It’s too bad biologists are not as open about crises in their theories. It’s the sign of a healthy science.