In 2016, physicist Lawrence Krauss promised, “We’re coming very close” to explaining the origin of life via chemical evolutionary models.
If I had written this book, I would have concluded with a final chapter that began with a verse from the book of Genesis.
Consideration of the basic characteristics of nerve impulse propagation suggests that the speed of conduction in mammals is close to the maximum possible.
A simple trick used by fireflies turned out to dramatically increase the light output of a test bulb designed by Belgian physicist Jean-Pol Vigneron.
This is intelligent design that sweeps the planet, covering not biology alone, but chemistry, geology, and physics.