Does anything in nature achieve perfection? Yes, say Japanese researchers looking at an amazing molecular machine in a “primitive” life form.
A friend asks if this phenomenon is an example of Lamarckism.
New proteins had to come from somewhere. Susumu Ohno had an idea.
The idea that DNA should be full of evolutionary detritus has come under withering fire from a range of scientific research.
Yesterday, I described how some biologists claim that the enzyme nylonase demonstrates that it is easy to get new functional proteins.
Maybe he believes his goal of persuading non-scientists doesn’t call for the facts to be handled with the care his scientific colleagues expect.
Animals have different ways of sharing information without having to invent it by mistake.
If natural selection would have a hard time modifying one codon, imagine it having to keep track of three at once.
Dr. Wells examines widespread falsehoods that evolutionists use to sway, and fool, the rest of us.
I wish our Christian readers a wonderful Easter. For your enjoyment: our colleagues Brian Miller and Paul Nelson had a fascinating conversation.