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A recent claim for evidence of life on Earth as early as 4.1 billion years ago runs headlong into prevailing theories about a period of heavy asteroid impacts and the reshuffling of the young solar system's orbital architecture
A new effort to bring global cohesion to origins of life science launches, and with it a fresh look at how to crack one of the greatest existential questions.
Living on a small planet in a big universe exposes us to all manner of existential problems, but what are the worst, and what are the weirdest?
What are some of the most intriguing and unexpected puzzles about the universe?
I spent some of last week at a fascinating and lively symposium on the origins of life and the search for life in the universe, held at the Earth-Life Science Institute (ELSI) at the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
A group of Darwinian theorists discuss religion in Edinburgh, Scotland