Yesterday started out as an ordinary Tuesday. Then I set out to read a recent paper published in the journal Cell.
Whether in inventing a daisy or an enzyme, only intelligence can produce a sophisticated new structure.
Where did the first cell come from? As this research prompts us to recall, it’s a chicken-and-egg problem.
Sometimes when our worldview is wrong, we miss important things.
In 2012 at a scientific conference I met a Swedish population geneticist named Ola Hössjer.
In fact, I would argue that cancer is an argument for intelligent design.
The model draws on an amazing insight of Douglas Axe, author of the newly released book Undeniable.
Philosopher Vincent Torley (and Professor Josh Swamidass) have been trying to persuade me that common descent is the only rational view to affirm.
I’ll make this simple. The evidence for synteny in opossums and chickens is good. Surprised?
There has been an ongoing discussion between Dr. Vincent Torley, a philosopher, and myself on the subject of pseudogenes, synteny, and common descent.