Sometimes, civilization’s design breaks down, and we then see how complex, interdependent, and fragile the system really is.
Some examples of ratchets include a socket wrench, an old-fashioned car jack, and a winch mounted on a truck or on a ship to haul up an anchor.
From a cursory examination, a seed may seem like a fairly simple little thing, but more analysis reveals layers of functional complexity.
I’ve had an opportunity to preview the new movie about C. S. Lewis and his journey to religious belief.
Undirected natural selection can’t lift itself by its own bootstraps — accidents can’t happen in nature except in a sea of design.