“If anyone thinks that the study of science and faith should be disparate disciplines, here are more than 656 reasons why they’re wrong.”
Chemist James Tour at Rice University calls the book a “heroic encyclopedic work.”
Philosopher James Croft happens to think that absent background knowledge, “Aliens!” would be a weakly justified hypothesis.
Brian Miller discusses the Levinthal paradox of the interactome, the long odds of blind processes assembling the first cell, and the challenge of cell death.
No one — not even the most elite of origin-of-life scientists — has a clue how life could have arisen through blind natural forces on the early Earth.