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How to Build the Case for Biochemical Design

by Fazale Rana

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"Is life in the universe common or rare? What are the odds of finding other Earth-like planets? What conditions are necessary for life? Embark on an amazing journey, out in space and back in time. Explore the astronomical evidence for a universe that is meticulously fine tuned for the benefit of human life. In this completely redesigned second edition, astronomer Hugh Ross will whisk viewers through the solar system, past stars, galaxies and quasars - all the way back to the moment when light first sprang from the darkness."… (more)
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"Is life in the universe common or rare? What are the odds of finding other Earth-like planets? What conditions are necessary for life? Embark on an amazing journey, out in space and back in time. Explore the astronomical evidence for a universe that is meticulously fine tuned for the benefit of human life. In this completely redesigned second edition, astronomer Hugh Ross will whisk viewers through the solar system, past stars, galaxies and quasars - all the way back to the moment when light first sprang from the darkness."

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