The chemist examined the role of activated oxygen molecules in biological processes.
March 2014's selection of notable quotes
March 1, 2014|
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—French naturalist Ètienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, on how life arose from non-life, c. 1836
—Nobel laureate Jack Szostak, of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, on the distinction between origin-of-life studies and the categorization of organisms (February 2012)
—A Huffington Post/YouGov poll question to which 72% of respondents answered that they were either “very worried” or “somewhat worried” about the possibility (February 2, 2014)
—Creationist Ken Ham, in his opening remarks at the start of a debate with science communicator Bill Nye on whether or not creationism is a viable model for life’s origins (February 4, 2014)
—Bill Nye, science communicator, in his opening remarks at the start of a debate with creationist Ken Ham (February 4, 2014)
March 16, 2014
Bill Nye's comment was the most cogent of the foregoing, but it does not follow that the US is actually staying ahead.
Ken Ham's shows the typical creationist's failure to understand that his views, incoherent as they are, are unambiguously a blasphemy against the very God and scriptures that he claims to worship or at least respect.