The origin of the ingeniously intricate long necks in sauropod dinosaurs has been postulated to have arisen more than 35 times independently.
In December, physicist and author Lawrence Krauss interviewed the late American novelist Cormac McCarthy, who died on June 13th at the age of 89.
It would be surprising, under an evolutionary view, to find such a complex system in the earliest animal fossils.
Unguided natural processes, according to the generalized Second Law, cannot systematically increase the information content of a closed system over time.
“God is a hypothesis. What Dr. Meyer does is evaluate that hypothesis against the latest scientific evidence of the last century.”