Unfortunately for Pouchet, his attempts at reconciling his beliefs about spontaneous generation with the prevailing religious viewpoint fell on deaf ears Read More >
Larry Funck is an Emeritus Professor at Wheaton College where he taught Inorganic Chemistry for over forty years. He was a Fulbright Fellow at the University of Lesotho, southern Africa in 1995-96, and the Chief Reader for College Board’s Advanced Placement Chemistry program from 2009 through 2013. He continues to be engaged in the Wheaton Chemistry Department, and is currently teaching the origin of life component in the Theories of Origins course on the Wheaton campus. Married for fifty years, he enjoys swimming, listening to classical music, following major league baseball and learning to know his grandchildren.
He had come to the conclusion that fermentation arose as a consequence of the presence of microorganisms, not the other way around. Read More >