Stephen Meyer addresses challenges to the Big Bang model, including a claim that images from the James Webb Space Telescope had panicked cosmologists.
In order to push this, he has to make some pretty big changes to our normal dictionary definition of what “nothing” means.
Protocells place origin-of-life researchers in an awkward position: relying upon an imaginary entity to sustain their belief that only matter and energy exist.
These evasions include the steady state model, the idea of an eternal cyclical universe, and the string landscape model.
My book includes a chapter on quantum mechanics, called “The Supernatural Element in Nature.”