Robert Crowther and author Eric Hedin begin by revisiting the atheist attack on Hedin and his Ball State University course, “The Boundaries of Science.”
We rarely give a second thought to our body’s energy production. Robots use a battery pack and long lengths of wiring to transfer electricity.
The conversation turns to the challenge and necessity of quickly evolving error-correction mechanisms in origin-of-life scenarios.
German theoretical physicist Sabine Hossenfelder takes even human choices to be merely an illusory experience.
Professor Hansma maintains that sets of integrated reactions could have been directed by natural selection to gradually evolve into an autonomous cell.