An Ape with Evolution on His Mind

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“Are you familiar with the concept of evolution?” asks the ape leader who is bent on raising himself to the level of the human. Source
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Metals: From Stars to Cells 

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Tracing metals back to their ultimate origins, the processes of stellar nucleosynthesis come into focus. Source
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Life and the Underlying Principle Behind the Second Law of Thermodynamics

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This seem to be extremely improbable: “From a lifeless planet, there arose spaceships capable of flying to its moon and back safely.” Source
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The Origin of Life and the Wonder of Daily Existence

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Sometimes, civilization’s design breaks down, and we then see how complex, interdependent, and fragile the system really is. Source
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#5 Story of 2022: The Rise of Totalitarian Science

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Now, facts are becoming clearer — and so are the momentous consequences of the pandemic for our culture. Source
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The Underlying Principle Behind the Second Law 

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Extremely improbable events must be macroscopically (simply) describable to be forbidden. Source
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Meet the New New Atheists, Not Like the Old New Atheists

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These atheists are finding the “Darwinian tower” less to their liking, and are laying down their bow and arrow. Source
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Literary Naturalism and a Time Machine

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The sun is burning out, and life on Earth is heading for extinction. This aptly conveys Darwinian materialism’s vision of a meaningless universe. Source
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