Now it’s possible that physics-based arguments for design could extend the argument further than you can go within biological design.
Josh Swamidass wants to revisit some well worn paths.
My position here hasn’t changed. I’ve beefed up specified complexity and developed it further over the years.
What do scientists spend more time thinking about — sex, or the theory of intelligent design?
As technology mimics nature, at what point might future investigators be unsure about natural versus intelligent causes?