Tag: amino acids
Sean Carroll: “How Could an Immaterial Mind Affect the Body?”
Aristotle noted that when we think carefully about natural causes we see that there are four distinct ways that causes can lead to effects in nature.
On the Origin of Life, James Tour Exposes the Irrelevance of Lee Cronin’s Research
Tour details Cronin’s consistent exaggeration of the progress he and other researchers have made in unraveling the mystery of life’s origin.
James Tour Dismantles Dave Farina’s Expert Witnesses on the State of Origin-of-Life Research
Farina is a committed atheist who has demonstrated that he is not encumbered by the same ethical standards that James Tour is.
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.
Michael Behe in World Magazine — “Game Over” for Darwinism
Behe was present at a “semi-secret” scientific gathering “whose theme was a specific controversial question: Did Darwinian evolution have any limitations?”