The Biggest Mystery in the History of the Universe | Joana Xavier on the Origin of Life

Joana Xavier is a rising star in the Origin of Life field. She is a researcher at University College London. She recently authored a paper with Stuart Kauffman on autocatalytic networks which are nature’s version of M.C. Escher’s hand drawing a hand. We discuss the uneasy relationship between professional scientists and Intelligent Design and then go on to discuss conflicts in academia, science funding and publishing.

Joana’s Website: https://jcxavier.org/
Joana’s paper: https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/abs/10.1098/rsta.2021.0244

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  1. I would like to attract your attention to my recent book The Living Universe, which actually provides an explanation to the origin of life based on its timing, which is not random. I would be happy to provide you with a copy of my book if I know where to send it. I do not know if this is the right place to post such a suggestion but otherwise please let me know where to go. Sincerely, Carl Johan Calleman, Ph.D.

    • You can send to 805 Lake Street #295 Oak Park IL 60301. I can make no promises as to if/when it will be read. People send us books frequently.

      • Hello Marhall,
        I am just wondering if you have had time to read The Living Universe. As far as I know it is the only book (or at least one of very few) that actually presents an alternative theory of evolution rather than Darwinism.

        • Carl, I received the book. I looked at it and thought “Someone sent me another book that reminds me of this” and I found another book “Quantum Science of Psychadelics” that you yourself sent a few years ago.

          I have not been able to dig into the new book yet, hopefully will in the next month or so.

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