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.
Octopuses have an amazing ability to sense and mimic the coloration, shape, and texture of their surroundings.
Forensic analysis is ripe for abuse if scientists are careless with the design filter.
The ability to produce statistically significant levels of functional information is a unique attribute of intelligent minds.
There’s a lot more going on in those sequences of nucleotides than we could have imagined.
The concept of a “DNA Code” has a long pedigree in genetics. But what about the other nucleic acids?
Independent groups of researchers (e.g., Hössjer et al. 2016), more or less skeptical of common ancestry, have suggested the alternative model of initial heterozygotic diversity.
Discovery Institute philosopher of biology Paul Nelson is a great explainer.