This is precisely how the horrors of the Netherlands were unleashed. Unless stopped on appeal, it will be worse in South Africa.
Curiously, the blast from biologist and blogger PZ Myers avoids engaging Discovery Institute’s Paul Nelson on teleology except to flatly deny it.
It’s the iron (Fe) in the hemoglobin molecule to which O2 actually attaches and enables it to be transported in the blood.
The theory of first steps may be true of quitting cigarettes or going on a diet.
Without this “homochirality,” proteins would never fold properly into functional structures, thus posing another chicken-and-egg problem for origin-of-life research.
What Discovery Institute biologist Jonathan Wells calls the “myth of junk DNA,” long a favorite with advocates of unguided evolution, isn’t quite dead and buried.
Casey Luskin discusses differences between vertebrate embryos and how they contradict the predictions of common ancestry.
Cognitive scientist Steven Pinker recently told CNN, “We don’t throw virgins into volcanoes any more.” No? Why not?
We can’t have expensive old people hanging around using up resources (that their enterprise and hard work helped generate!).
Here’s an update on science news about the workings of living cells.