Do Present Proposals on Chemical Evolutionary Mechanisms Point Toward the First Life?
Abiogenesis is the prebiotic process wherein life, such as a cell, arises from non-living materials such as simple organic compounds.
Why High School Biology Made Me Angry (And Why I Like It So Much Better Now)
Your own body has something like 30 trillion cells in it. That’s 30 trillion large cities’ worth of complexity.
Yes, a “Host of Machines” Are at Work in the Cell
Here are more cellular machines to dazzle us with their moving parts and functions.
Origin of Life without Intelligent Design? Long Story Short Tackles the “Energy Harnessing” Problem
“Life’s energy harnessing process is one big paradox. You need it before you can have it, and you can’t make it until you’ve already made it.”
From Darwinists, a Shift in Tone on Nanomachines
The shift in tone from then to now is remarkable. What happened to the awe these systems used to inspire?