Tag: information processing
Do Present Proposals on Chemical Evolutionary Mechanisms Point Toward the First Life?
Abiogenesis is the prebiotic process wherein life, such as a cell, arises from non-living materials such as simple organic compounds.
Notre Dame Hosts a Conference on Creation, Including Intelligent Design
The organizers accepted my abstract for a talk about “The Return of Teleology to the Natural Sciences.”
Mitochondria Promoted to Information Processing Systems
The label “powerhouses of the cell” was too simplistic for the many tasks performed every second by these computing, networking, signaling, regulating wonders.
Brain Size Doesn’t Determine Intelligence
Brains are not simple, so many “just common sense” theories have fallen by the wayside.
Randy Isaac’s Critique Demonstrates the Power of Philosophical Bias
Future scientists are taught to interpret the world through a rigid conceptual grid.