The sun has a fantastic range of electromagnetic radiation, from high-energy gamma rays all the way to long wavelength radio waves.
“The atmosphere lets through just the light we need,” says Denton, “and the sun puts out just the light we need. It’s a remarkable coincidence.”
Host Sarah Chaffee and biologist Ann Gauger discuss panspermia, the topic of a peer-reviewed paper by several quite serious scientists.
He touches on other biological explosions, including the Avalon explosion, the Triassic explosion, and the origin of flowering plants.
Paleontologist Günter Bechly was a proponent of Darwinism until he discovered significant scientific reasons to doubt the evolutionary story.