James Tour and Stephen Meyer assess an exchange between two physicists about the origin of life, and Tour notes his hesitance about ID.
For the past few years, I have been telling myself, and students, “Conceive of design as a scientific theory as if Charles Darwin had never lived.”
I say “ouch” on behalf of materialists, atheists, and Darwinists. Ten million stars and not a hint of alien civilization.
Some will submit that his kind are gone, but I know that they are still around, because he helped get them there.
Who would have predicted all that Americans have experienced in the past five months?