This poetry is bad to the point of hilarity, much as some movies are so bad that they’re “good.”
Sometimes it’s not just the tuning that indicates design. Sometimes it’s the timing as well.
Host Sarah Chaffee and biologist Ann Gauger discuss panspermia, the topic of a peer-reviewed paper by several quite serious scientists.
“Abiogenesis” seems to draw its strength from pseudo-scientific folk-beliefs that life could somehow be made to emerge from non-life.
Actually, now that you mention it, says Stephen Meyer, “a theatrical release documentary is being made about the book.”