If the phrase “Bayesian calculus” makes you want to run for the hills, you’re not alone! Bayesian logic can sound intimidating at first.
Imagine if Charles Darwin could have peered into one of today’s high-powered microscopes and seen the complexity and function in even the simplest living cells.
Does the required information for life come from purely natural processes, or from an intelligent mind?
It turns out there are five separate qualities to life and its information that make this comforting rationalization impossible to uphold.
Specified information — when improbability meets a recognizable pattern — demands explanation.