Future scientists are taught to interpret the world through a rigid conceptual grid.
Scientists have been trying for decades to get monomers to link up into biopolymers under “prebiotically plausible conditions.”
The notion that the building blocks of life were easily gotten may have seemed intuitive to journalists and others acquainted with Mary Shelley’s novel.
The great question behind Steve Meyer’s new book is whether world-views can be objectively tested.
How ironic then that a majority of college-educated adults have been led so far astray in their understanding of the sobering realities of abiogenesis research.