There are 37 trillion cells in the human body, some 200 cell types, and 12,000+ specialized proteins. How does it all come together?
In an article here yesterday, I described the thermodynamic challenges to any purely materialistic theory for the origin of life.
Very often there is an uncanny sense of “design” to successful marriages. The natural way of things isn’t enough to explain them.
Popular articles on origin-of-life research often portray the field as constantly advancing and quickly converging on a purely materialistic explanation for the first cell.
Here’s an article from the journal Trends in Ecology and Evolution with an eye-catching title.
A CNN story laments that some teachers and students are skeptical of climate change.
You’d likely predict: This will largely be about the timing of our primordial fire use. There will be comparisons with chimps.
With his own sly humor, Dr. Wells points out some scientific problems with regarding Darwin’s Tree as unassailable fact.
Machines packed in exquisite geometrical structures play a major role in cleaning the air and regulating carbon for the entire planet.
Where do you turn for a reliable, responsible resource to help you clarify the issues for your students?