The Origin Of Life Circus: A How To Make Life Extravaganza investigates the politics of origin of life science and synthesizing of life. Suzan Mazur, whose coverage of science began decades ago at Hearst Magazines, takes you into the lab and in conversation with dozens of the world’s greatest thinkers on the subject of origin of life – among them: Jack Szostak, Freeman Dyson, Carl Woese, Dimitar Sasselov, Matthew Powner, James Simons, Harry Lonsdale, Stu Kauffman, Andrew Pohorille, Steve Benner, Dave Deamer, Nigel Goldenfeld, Pier Luigi Luisi, Lawrence Krauss, Lee Smolin, Nick Lane, Jaron Lanier, and more.
Mazur has made a career out of interviewing mostly non-Darwinian biologists. That’s because there are a lot of them out there, flying under the radar of the Darwinmachine. Don’t miss The Paradigm Shifters: Overthrowing “the Hegemony of the Culture of Darwin” as well.
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That first row is pretty good, when you consider how many of the books advertised must be bought for courses. Someone besides us is asking.
See also: Jerry Coyne must need the ink, attacks Suzan Mazur
Origin of life: Highlights of Suzan Mazur’s interview with researcher Corrado Spadafora
With Enceladus the toast of the solar system, here’s a wrap-up of the origin-of-life problem
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