The concept of a “DNA Code” has a long pedigree in genetics. But what about the other nucleic acids?
At Middlebury, hysterical insistence on uniformity of thought drew a furious mob of students.
The message, of course, is that humans are not the least bit exceptional.
What is etched in the landscape of Amazonia? Something strange and unexpected has come to light.
Prehistoric creatures don’t come any more poignant than mammoths.
The science of intelligent design typically focuses on details, “steel-hard facts,” as Douglas Axe puts it.
The term has problems — it means different things to different people.
News from the University of Zurich is notable both for how underwhelming it is and for a “rare” admission.
You’ve heard about Arctic terns, sea turtles, monarch butterflies and salmon, but how about other long-distance travelers?
Which is superior? The answer isn’t obvious, a fact that should stump honest Darwinists.