Space isn't remote at all. It's only an hour's drive away if your car could go straight upwards.
There is a coherent plan in the universe, though I don't know what it's a plan for.
It is the true nature of mankind to learn from mistakes, not from example
There is a coherent plan to the universe, though I don't know what it's a plan for.
Life cannot have had a random beginning... The trouble is that there are about two thousand enzymes, and the chance of obtaining them all in a random trial is only one part in 1040,000, an outrageously small probability that could not be faced even if the whole universe consisted of organic soup.
The chance that higher life forms might have emerged in this way is comparable with the chance that a tornado sweeping through a junk-yard might assemble a Boeing 747 from the materials therein.
These theories were based on the hypothesis that all the matter in the universe was created in one big bang at a particular time in the remote past.
Once I had learnt my twelve times table (at the age of three) it was downhill all the way.
The man who voyages strange seas must of necessity be a little unsure of himself. It is the man with the flashy air of knowing everything, who is always with it, that we should beware of.
It is in the world of ideas and in the relation of his brain to the universe itself that the superiority of Man lies. The rise of Man may justly be described as an adventure in ideas.
The notion that not only the biopolymer but the operating program of a living cell could be arrived at by chance in a primordial organic soup here on the Earth is evidently nonsense of a high order.
Big Bang theory