Wisnton Ewert has developed a model to explain the pattern of similarities in different organisms which mimics how computer applications inherit software from a diverse range of lower-level modules.
Richard Buggs gives us a look inside the sausage factory where figures on the subject are calculated.
The nucleus is a beehive of activity, where information is not just stored but processed, protected, transcribed, and duplicated by highly complex machines.
Ewert proposes that life is best explained not by Darwin’s hypothesis of an ancestry tree, but by a modern design-inspired hypothesis.
This is nothing short of a spectacular vindication of Stephen Meyer’s perspective in Darwin’s Doubt.