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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.
With Kenneth Miller, Behe’s Would-Be Nemesis, History Repeats Itself
The Brown University biologist is still out there, reassuring the world that unguided “evolutionary mechanisms” comfortably explain the wonders of biology.
At Last, the Details of How Proteins Evolve?
It is a difficult question because, setting aside many other problems, the very starting point — the protein-coding gene — is highly complex.
On Human Origins, Smithsonian Teaching Resources Oversell Evolution
Philosophical questions like who we are and where we came from are surely worth considering. But nothing in these documents will bring students closer to being able to do so in an informed manner.
Adam and the Genome and the Mysterious Origin of De Novo Genes
A final case where biologist Dennis Venema deals with evidence that is irrelevant to the existence of Adam and Eve is his claim about ORFan genes.