Noted Biologist: Life’s ‘Complex Interacting Molecular Machines’ Appear ‘Built by an Engineer’

This a fascinating article by Casey Luskin at The Stream

Noted Biologist: Life’s ‘Complex Interacting Molecular Machines’ Appear ‘Built by an Engineer’

In a recent Tedx Talk in Vienna, Stephen Larson, Ph.D described the “well organized” nature of life’s “technology” as “unsettling.”

By Published on June 11, 2015

Recently a friend sent me a link to a TEDx talk, “Digital biology and open science — the coming revolution,” which affirms that life’s “complex interacting molecular machines” reveal that “molecular clockwork is real and pervasive” and appear to be “built by an engineer a million times smarter than” we are. The speaker is biologist and engineer Stephen Larson, who holds a PhD in neuroscience from University of California, San Diego, and is CEO of MetaCell, a systems biology research and consulting company that seeks to understand biology through computation.

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