I need advice on "chance" research
Good early morning R.R.S. I have successfully stayed up all night. Along with posting random topics I have been finishing a book that I currently reading called Human Destiny.
The reason for this post is that I need to ask for help. I would like advice on what books I can read, preferably modern, which can give me a further avenue to understand how the origin of life was not a product of chance. "Chance" is my main goal which I want to research. I need to know more about it.
[Disclaimer: I am not wanting to argue about chance here. No discussions of chance will proceed from my fingertips as a product of brain activity in this thread.]
If you have any books which stand out in your mind, please let me know. I currently am reading Vital Dust by Christian Duve so you can leave that book off of your list. Oh and just one last thing, when you recommend, put the book you think will help the most at the topmost position. Thanks again.
The implication that we should put Darwinism on trial overlooks the fact that Darwinism has always been on trial within the scientific community. -- From Finding Darwin's God by Kenneth R. Miller
Chaos and chance don't mean the absence of law and order, but rather the presence of order so complex that it lies beyond our abilities to grasp and describe it. -- From From Certainty to Uncertainty by F. David Peat