Imagine a system where heat flows from a hot region to a cold region under the constraint of the traditional second law of thermodynamics.
I knew I wanted to choose someone who wrote beautifully. He, however, was someone I didn’t know, and I could not predict his views on intelligent design.
In an era where un-design is celebrated, a mathematician shows that structure and order are inherent in both literature and the universe.
These examples may seem trivial, as if they were just “the way things are,” not proving anything. But this is not so.
Many scientists, receiving vast support from taxpayers, are content with busying themselves in sifting dry technical details.