These new developments underscore the fact that there is no room for dogmatism about claims concerning the smallest population size of humans.
Doolittle predicts, from an evolutionary framework, that jawless vertebrates would have a simpler blood clotting cascade than the human system.
The coagulation cascade cannot evolve unless there is simultaneously a mechanism in hand for controlling it. Both would have to arise at the same time.
Recently, a commenter on the Center for Science and Culture’s Facebook page asked about a paper by the late biochemist Russell F. Doolittle.
Last week, my wife and I welcomed our first child into the world. It is difficult to imagine a more profound testimony to design.