Tag: solar system
The Dawkins Test Returns an Answer: Intelligent Design
Dr. Luskin details the various ways that the rapidly developing field of phylogenomics is uncovering data that powerfully fits the ID model of life’s history.
On Origin of Life, “Stated Clearly” Has Clearly Misled Viewers
Jon Perry may be a proponent of methodological naturalism, which constrains science to consider only natural causes, regardless of the scientific evidence.
Uracil Discovered on Asteroid Ryugu — What Does It Mean for the Origin of Life?
These Ryugu samples appear to be our first chance to examine which organic compounds may be produced in a prebiotic setting in our solar system.
Local Fine-Tuning and Habitable Zones
In considering fine-tuning, physicists assume that the constants and initial conditions (and possibly the physical laws) could have been different.
New Study: The Milky Way Is Exceptional
“You might have to travel a half a billion light years from the Milky Way, past many, many galaxies, to find another cosmological wall with a galaxy like ours.”