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  Review of Paul Davies' The Fifth Miracle: Johnson, Phillip
Davies explained to one reporter that "I was drawn to [Robinson's] idea of God as a sort of 'timeless ground of being' on which the cosmic order is built.
Davies says, however, that the leap from chemistry to biology requires something in addition to chance and law, because of the fundamentally informational character of life.
Regardless of any disclaimers Davies might make, an intelligent force which operates in the history of life would be seen by scientific materialists as a cosmic magician and by the conventionally religious as the God of the Bible.
www.arn.org /docs/johnson/fifthmiracle.htm   (3593 words)

 Message for the curious: please phone ET, at home - Opinion - www.smh.com.au
Space isn't the only place to look for proof of extraterrestrial life, writes Paul Davies.
The co-founder of Microsoft, Paul Allen, recently gave $US35 million ($49 million) for an array of radio telescopes being constructed in northern California and dedicated to expanding the search for alien signals.
Paul Davies works at the Australian Centre for Astrobiology, Macquarie University.
www.smh.com.au /articles/2004/08/09/1092022404578.html?oneclick=true   (1117 words)

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 Guardian Unlimited | Guardian daily comment | Paul Davies: Reality in the melting pot
So if you are uncomfortable with the multiverse idea, content yourself with the fact that there will be another you out there somewhere who has just read a thoroughly convincing refutation of the entire multiverse concept.
· Paul Davies is a physicist in the Australian Centre for Astrobiology at Macquarie University, Sydney.
His latest book is The Origin of Life, published by Penguin.
www.guardian.co.uk /comment/story/0,3604,1047755,00.html   (1208 words)

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