We take them for granted, but our ability to interact with the world through vision is beyond remarkable.
A memory of past events helps a cell learn how to respond to recurring threats and protect the genome.
But here’s the lamest thing of all: as a prominent participant in a debate, decrying an idea you don’t understand and on which you haven’t bothered to educate yourself.
“Oh, Michael Behe happens to be a Catholic, therefore we don’t have listen to him on the science.” Well that’s poppycock.
Previously relegated to servant tasks under the master DNA molecules, ribonucleic acids continue to surprise scientists.