Neither lack of evidence nor conflicting evidence stopped the author from drawing far-reaching conclusions.
The first exhibit is Lenski’s long-term evolution experiment, in which, after some 33,000 generations, bacterial cells evolved the ability to grow on citrate.
According to Lewis, “universal evolutionism” has schooled us to think complicated functional things naturally arise from cruder and less complicated things.
Don’t walk on the grass, that “often undervalued” form of life, without looking down. It’s amazing down there.
Computer programmers have adapted some ant problem-solving methods to software programs (but without the need for complex chemical scents).