You could have an interesting argument about which field of science will ultimately clinch the argument for intelligent design.
It’s time now to “surrender to the data,” which as he argues, points to the works of foresight and planning in the origin of the first life.
The famed Brazilian chemist discusses the body’s surprisingly helpful (and sophisticated) system for flushing out the bad stuff.
If the universe were a radio and the desired setting allows for life, it would have dozens of dials for setting the values of the universal constants.
Be sure to check out his book’s page at the Discovery Institute store for the awesome endorsements, headed by but hardly limited to Nobel laureates John B. Gurdon, Gerhard Ertl, and Brian Josephson.