Frankenstein and His Offspring

abiogenesis, Aristotle, biology, cryogenic freezing, Evolution, Frankenstein, Funny Man: Mel Brooks, Gene Wilder, Harold Urey, Intelligent Design, Mary Shelley, Mel Brooks, movies, origin of life, panspermia, Patrick McGilligan, satire, Stanley Miller, Svante Arrhenius, Why Words Matter: Sense and Nonsense in Science (series), Young Frankenstein
"Abiogenesis" seems to draw its strength from pseudo-scientific folk-beliefs that life could somehow be made to emerge from non-life. Source
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Stephen Meyer: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena and the God Hypothesis

abiogenesis, alien spacecraft, aliens, Avi Loeb, Big Bang, Carl Sagan, Center for Science & Culture, Faith & Science, fine-tuning, Francis Crick, Harvard University, intelligence, James Watson, mainstream scientists, New York Post, Nobel Prize, origin of life, panspermia, Physics, Earth & Space, Prometheus, Return of the God Hypothesis, Ridley Scott, Stephen Meyer, U.S. Navy, UFOs, Unidentified Aerial Phenomena
Mainstream scientists have been speculating about other-than-earthly intelligence for decades. Source
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Meyer: “Is the Designer an Alien or God?”

alien intelligence, atheists, biological information, Brian Keating, cosmos, DNA, HarperOne, Intelligent Design, New Atheism, origin of life, panspermia, physics, Physics, Earth & Space, Return of the God Hypothesis, Richard Dawkins, scientists, The Stream, U.C. San Diego
"The fine-tuning of the universe is better explained by an intelligent agent that transcends the universe, with attributes that we associate with God." Source
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