It’s the evidence from Sagan’s fiction and other popular writing that is especially provocative.
Much of our plastic debris accumulates in the oceans where it collects in huge revolving garbage patches on the surface called gyres.
The argument for ID could not be clearer: Unintelligent forces cannot rearrange atoms into computers and airplanes and nuclear power plants and smartphones.
The few pathogens among bacteria give a bad rap to the majority that do wonderful things — for us and for our environment.
Dr. Behe showcases bacteria with their own navigation systems, microbes that eat plastic waste, and microscopic bugs that shoot 60 molecular “bullets” a second.