Never fear: whatever our purely hypothetical response to a purely hypothetical event, it can be reconciled with evolution.
Intelligent design is certainly compatible with finding life on Mars, and perhaps ID thinking could help guide such research.
The abundance of water on Earth is one of the most important parameters that make our planet finely tuned for life.
The best available science, including a new paper by Guillermo Gonzalez, demonstrates that supporting life on a hypothetical exoplanet is much, much tougher than NASA suggests.
Last year, there was a media frenzy when researchers claimed to discover bacteria that feed on arsenic, but now other researchers are raising tough questions about the original study.