Author: David Coppedge
Same-Handed Molecules Are an “Overarching Design Principle” in Life, Say Researchers
Without foresight to solve heterochiral incidents, a primordial cell would quickly perish even if, against all odds, it began homochiral.
Mitochondria Promoted to Information Processing Systems
The label “powerhouses of the cell” was too simplistic for the many tasks performed every second by these computing, networking, signaling, regulating wonders.
More Unnatural Naturalism, and More Confusion from Naturalists
Honeybees and cells have a limited set of options that are programmed into their genomes.
What’s “Natural”? Engineering Creates a Conundrum for Evolutionists
I do not know Dr. Merilä’s stance on human origins, but it is a safe bet that he denies intelligent design, and believes humans evolved from other animals.
Epigenetics Directs Genetics — And That’s a Problem for Darwinism
The ability to sequence genomes was a great accomplishment. But there is something over and above genes.