How could blind evolution arrange biochemical parts into complex functional wholes one small step at a time, as Darwin and his followers envision?
Does life’s origin reflect the activity of a mind, or do blind, purely physical processes alone serve as a fully satisfactory explanation?
Imagine there was a pandemic and people found themselves greeting statements from scientists, conveyed by the media, with increasing jaded skepticism.
Key terms in the evolution/ID debate are often misunderstood or misused. These include the word “evolution” itself.
Eric Anderson explores the challenges of building a self-replicating 3-D printer, and the light this sheds on the origin-of-life community’s search for their Holy Grail.