Author: David Coppedge
A Power Grid in Muscle Cells Has Profound Design Implications
To see why, we must remember that muscles first appear in the Cambrian explosion.
A Biochemical Icon of Intelligent Design, ATP Synthase Does More than Spin
As super-resolution imaging improves, the world’s smallest rotary motor continues to amaze.
Engineering Language Enters Biology — The Case of the Endosome
An automated engineering system presupposes a designer with foresight and a mind that understands how to make things work.
Let’s Sing the Body Electric
The emerging science of “bioelectricity” is opening new vistas into the electrical energy powering our nerves, organs, and tissues.
Convergence? One-Celled Creature Has an Eye!
“Convergent evolution” is not a process. It is a post-hoc observation based on evolutionary assumptions.