Tag: Paul Davies
Physicist Sabine Hossenfelder Challenges the Evidence for Cosmological Fine-Tuning
Hossenfelder’s strongest argument is that many fine-tuning parameters cannot in fact be quantified.
Learning Wonder from Denton’s Latest
Around 50 BC Titus Lucretius Carus wrote a long treatise against finding purpose in nature.
A “Lush” World Defies Materialist Explanations, as Behe and Denton Confirm
Conditions on Earth, the laws of physics, are not only fine-tuned for the survival of intelligent beings, they are fine-tuned for the development of technology.
DNA May Be “Junk” at One Level But of Utmost Significance at Another
It is during the latter stages of the production of an animal oocyte that many functionalities of what some disparage as “junk DNA” take center stage.
Hey, Paul Davies — Your ID Is Showing
No better advertisements for intelligent design exist than works written by establishment scientists that unintentionally make design arguments.