They cover everything from how simple can a cell get and still survive and reproduce to questions of design detection and bouncing cosmologies.
Walter Bradley may not be a household name, but in a fair world he would be. He has changed many lives, and the world is a much better place because of him.
The conversation turns to the challenge and necessity of quickly evolving error-correction mechanisms in origin-of-life scenarios.
Also in this surprisingly accessible mix — feedback loops, physicist Jeremy England, and much more.
They cover abiogenesis and “Natural Selection of the Gaps,” systems biology, design triangulation, whether life could arise anywhere without design, and more.