To see cells in action, he notes a remarkable video, “Neutrophil Chasing Bacteria,” made in 1950s by a researcher at Vanderbilt University.
James Tour and Stephen Meyer assess an exchange between two physicists about the origin of life, and Tour notes his hesitance about ID.
The problems range from the extreme improbabilities associated with protein assembly, to what precisely has gone missing in the nanosecond when a cell dies.
Blowing smoke is what science media and even scientists themselves do a great deal of the time when they talk about the origin of life.
I particularly appreciate how his arguments complement my own analyses addressing the origin of life.