When it comes to biological life, even the simplest single-celled organism is an astonishingly complex multi-part system.
Recently, a commenter on the Center for Science and Culture’s Facebook page asked about a paper by the late biochemist Russell F. Doolittle.
The multiverse is nakedly an attempt to save atheism from science. Darwinian theory is less nakedly so.
In December, physicist and author Lawrence Krauss interviewed the late American novelist Cormac McCarthy, who died on June 13th at the age of 89.
Our ability to complete a puzzle hinges upon clues that are unavailable to nature, were natural processes given the task of assembling the puzzle.