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Who created it? Meyer, Stephen C.
What's it called? Signature in the cell : DNA and the evidence for intelligent design / Stephen C. Meyer.
Who published it? New York : HarperOne, c2009.
Edition info! 1st ed.
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Location Call No. Status
 DOWNTOWN Nonfiction  113.8 Mey  AVAILABLE
What's it like? viii, 611 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Extra info! Includes bibliographical references (p. [509]-595) and index.
What's in it? DNA, Darwin, and the appearance of design -- The evolution of a mystery and why it matters -- The double helix -- Signature in the cell -- The molecular labyrinth -- The origin of science and the possibility of design -- Of clues to causes -- Chance elimination and pattern recognition -- Ends and odds -- Beyond the reach of chance -- Self-organization and biochemical predestination -- Thinking outside the bonds -- Chance and necessity, or, The cat in the hat comes back -- The RNA world -- The best explanation -- Another road to Rome -- But does it explain? -- But is it science? -- Sauce for the goose -- Why it matters.
What's it about? This book attempts to make a comprehensive, interdisciplinary case for a new view of the origin of life.
Helpful subjects! Intelligent design (Teleology)
Evolution (Biology) -- Religious aspects.
Religion and science.
DNA.
Special numbers! 9780061472787
0061472786
9780061472794 (pbk.)
0061472794 (pbk.)


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