What are the chances that of all the planets in all the solar systems in all the galaxies of the universe, ours had the key mix of chemicals and luck to create life? That's a fundamental question at the center of many areas of research. But for physicist Jeremy England, "chance" isn't even an issue. He's proposed that life isn't just a fluke accident amid the chaos of the universe. England believes the chaos of the universe naturally led to the formation of life. His idea, as you might imagine, has its critics.
The Proof Is In The Computing
Jeremy England talks about his work on marginally stable proteins
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