Conventional wisdom among origin-of-life theorists holds that when you try to conduct Miller-Urey type experiments with the actual gasses present on the early Earth, you don’t get amino acids.
His new book includes so many compelling statements about the weaknesses in neo-Darwinian and chemical evolution that it would violate copyright to reproduce them all.
Stephen Meyer’s challenge remains one of the most enduring and potent challenges to materialistic accounts of the origin of life.
There is an important distinction to be made between the terms “natural” and “material.”
Earlier this month, Nature looked ahead at “five experiments as hard as finding the Higgs.” Two of them have relevance to the debate between naturalistic evolution and intelligent design.