Probability's Nature and Nature's Probability, by Donald Johnson (read 2009)

I saw this little book in's clever "recommendations" (as the sales technique is called).  Anyway, it looked great and turned out to be BRILLIANT.  This book addresses issues of "liklihood," "probability" and "feasibility" for specific events about origin of life and complexity which are touchstones in the evolution debate between atheistic scientists and scientists who entertain intelligent design. The content is clearly stated, falsifiable and documented as true science should be.  It remains to be seen whether arguments will come back "ad hominem" or whether the content can really be criticised reasonably by Evolution believers.  If I had to thin my evolution books, this is one I would hang on to.

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