Nevertheless, Deamer's insight collapses the synthetic proofs put forward in numerous papers supporting the RNA world.
The historical review of the problem and the search account for the beginnings and the evolving chemical theory, which explains both theses, are very well expounded.
Like the best scientists, David Deamer uses what we know to open the doors to what we don't know and should want to know.
First Life addresses the highly esoteric subject of the ways in which the first life-creating molecules, monomers, polymers and substances may have come into being. Read morePublished 4 months ago by NJ
Dr. Deamer does a great job presenting the issues confronting those who are trying to determine how first life appeared.Published 7 months ago by Richard S. Zipper
David Deamer is one the better known origin-of-life scientist. He is the principal figure of the so called lipid-approach to the origin-of-life problem, which put the... Read morePublished on November 18, 2011 by California Star
While I am not an experienced reviewer, I have some common sense about the Genesis debate. Apart of my graduate studies in Chemical thermodynamics (& Gas phase reaction kinetics),... Read morePublished on August 10, 2011 by Dr. Stephen Noah