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This book is not a dispassionate scientific treatise.
She freely admitted that she was simply practising her debating skills, and found it more challenging to advocate a position in which she did not believe.The complexity of living organisms is matched by the elegant efficiency of their apparent design.If anyone doesn't agree that this amount of complex design cries out for an explanation, I give up.For reasons that are not entirely clear to me, Darwinism seems more in need of advocacy than similarly established truths in other branches of science.Many of us have no grasp of quantum theory, or Einstein's theories of special and general relativity, but this does not in itself lead us to these theories!Far from being dispassionate, it has to be confessed that in parts this book is written with a passion which, in a professional scientific journal, might excite comment.Certainly it seeks to inform, but it also seeks to persuade and even — one can specify without presumption — to inspire.I want to inspire the reader with a vision of our own existence as, on the face of it, a spine-chilling mystery, and simultaneously to convey the full excitement of the fact that it is a mystery with an elegant solution which is within our grasp.More, I want to persuade the reader, not just that the Darwinian world-view , in principle, solve the mystery of our existence. A good case can be made that Darwinism is true, not just on this planet but all over the universe wherever life may be found.Darwin and Wallace solved it, though we shall continue to add footnotes to their solution for a while yet.I wrote the book because I was surprised that so many people seemed not only unaware of the elegant and beautiful solution to this deepest of problems but, incredibly, in many cases actually unaware that there was a problem in the first place! The computer on which I am writing these words has an information storage capacity of about 64 kilobytes (one byte is used to hold each character of text).