Like a skilled workman, the cell maintains “An array of tools, each one finely tuned.”
I particularly appreciate how his arguments complement my own analyses addressing the origin of life.
James Lovelock has pointed out that atmospheric levels of oxygen much above about 25 percent, let alone 30 percent, would cause raging conflagrations today.
If evolutionists had to describe major turning points in evolution rigorously, they would quickly give up.
I will flesh out the concept of biological information, and I will explain why significant quantities of it cannot be generated through natural processes.