Paleontologist George Gaylord Simpson once declared that “man is the result of a purposeless and natural process that did not have him in mind.”
If you “listen to the experts,” or anyway some of the experts, cells are “little bags of garbage” and Miller-Urey is a “true simulation of prebiotic chemistry.”
“In this seminal new book, distinguished biologist Michael Denton takes the fine-tuning argument for intelligent design to a whole new level.”
Twenty elements — and water, too — appear to have been precisely fine-tuned in advance for highly specific biochemical roles.
A major news story can break outside of the silo but, because it goes against the narrative, those in the silo will never hear about it.