Spontaneous natural processes always tend toward states of greater entropy, lower energy, or both.
Many scientists and professors who are outside boutique origin-of- life circles have been led astray by researchers’ claims and the subsequent press.
The three authors reviewed five proposed explanations for life’s origins and suggested that the best explanation was that the first life originated through an act of creative intelligence.
When Tour gets done, the narrative we all learned in high school biology class is in shreds on the floor.
Perhaps scientists fear that acceptance of this conclusion would open the door to the possibility (or the necessity) of a supernatural origin of life.