The great physicist failed to see the implications of his own work, which may be the saddest thing of all.
Would he have achieved anything like the scientific renown and celebrity he did if he had been healthy, without the disability for which he was known?
Dr. Miller explores more problems facing the idea that life began as strings of RNA.
Brian Keating asks what Meyer would put in a space-bound time capsule like the Voyager Golden Record, as Carl Sagan had the opportunity to do.
That means that Dr. Meyer’s message is reaching not just the scientists but the greater reading public.