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Forbes.com is reporting that Craig Venter’s “synthetic” bacterial chromosome contains a “genetic typo.” Molecular biology has ascribed a letter to each amino acid. Venter and his team imported DNA sequences into the chromosome–called watermarks–that coded for amino acids which ‘spelled out’ sentences in the chromosome. But they got one sentence wrong. As the article reports: The synthetic DNA also included a quote from physicist Richard Feynman, “What I cannot build, I cannot understand.” That prompted a note from Caltech, the school where Feyman taught for decades. They sent Venter a photo of the blackboard on which Feynman composed the quote -and it showed that he actually wrote, “What I cannot create, I do not understand.” “We agreed what was on Read More ›
Only among Darwinists do bumper-sticker type slogans really seem to aid in generating a climate of opinion. Endlessly repeated and believed, they serve as a pervasively influential substitute for thought.
It seems that the bacterial flagellum is as much a — and perhaps a greater — challenge to Darwinism as it was when Behe first wrote Darwin’s Black Box in 1996.
Darwin, who maintained a consistent but nonetheless cordial disagreement with Wallace for more than a decade, would have been ashamed of this kind of “support.”