A random collection of genetic letters, or made with purpose? Dr. Vince Vitale looks at the odds

Sir Fred Hoyle, the Cambridge astronomer, one of the 20th century's most significant scientific thinkers, compared the random emergence of even the simplest cell to the likelihood of a tornado blowing through a junkyard and just happening to produce a perfect Boeing 747 airplane. What explains this incredible precision?

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