Enceladus is an especially fascinating case. Nearly 100 geysers of water ice are currently jetting out of its south pole at supersonic speed.
In order to push this, he has to make some pretty big changes to our normal dictionary definition of what “nothing” means.
It is my privilege and honor to recommend this fascinating autobiography — which is also perhaps the least I can do to repay a friend and mentor.
This continues an evaluation of a proposal that treats natural selection as a law of physics that is applicable to the entire universe.
A new theory of evolution extends Darwinian processes, making them into physical laws based on “learning theory.”