Tag: George Wald
Origin of Life: Saved by Time?
Many materialists believe that the severe unlikelihood of the series of events required for the origin of life is not a serious problem.
How We Moved Beyond Darwin to the Miracle of Man
The extraordinary ensembles of natural environmental fitness described in my book are thoroughly documented scientific facts.
Needed for Fire: All the Right Fuel
There is another aspect of the Earth’s environment that is absolutely crucial in allowing the utilization of fire for metal-based technologies.
Can New Genes Emerge from Scratch?
Evolutionary theory must account for millions of new genes by chance. Here are new ideas proposed for overcoming the huge probability barrier.
Enzymes Are Essential for Life; Did They Evolve?
Darwinian evolution, even in its 21st-century form, fails the formidable task of explaining how the first enzyme arose.