Tag: Nobel laureates
Marcos Eberlin: Unguided Origin of Life “Sold to Us,” but Its Assumptions Are “Insane”
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.
Chemist and Foresight Author Marcos Eberlin: Diarrhea by Design
The famed Brazilian chemist discusses the body’s surprisingly helpful (and sophisticated) system for flushing out the bad stuff.
The Radio at the Edge of the Universe
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.
Book Tour: Meet Marcos Eberlin Next Week in Seattle; Also California, Texas, and Colorado
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.
Science and Its Consequences: Kevin Williamson Versus Intelligent Design, Again
The question before us was whether anyone but journalists and other amateurs take the science of ID, “daft rube-bait” according to Kevin, seriously.