Author: Emily Reeves
New Book Puts Richard Dawkins’s “Selfish Genes” in the ICU
Dr. Jarvis lays out numerous pieces of evidence that jeopardize Dawkins’s view that genes are selfish and act as the units of selection.
An Engineering Marvel: Uncovering the Mechanism of Respiratory Complex I
Complex I is involved in the electron transport chain, which is part of the biochemical process by which we create ATP, the energy molecule of life.
Without Hemoglobin, How Do Icefish Survive the Cold? By Design
Icefish, aka the family Channichthydiae, survive at 0oC in the Southern Ocean by maintaining blood viscosity at the set point of 3.27 centipoise.
Let’s Do Assumption-Free Science! Some Concluding Thoughts on Gutsick Gibbon’s Challenge
What ID proponents are encouraging in the greater scientific community is honesty about the fact that both design and ancestry can create genetic similarity.
Yes, Winston Ewert’s Dependency Graph Is a Real Model
The fact that known natural biological processes can produce non-tree-like patterns is problematic not for ID proponents but for proponents of common ancestry.