Tag: Arizona State University
Wonderful Microbes Are the Planet’s Ecosystem Engineers
The few pathogens among bacteria give a bad rap to the majority that do wonderful things — for us and for our environment.
Sara Walker and Her Crew Publish the Most Interesting Biology Paper of 2022 (So Far, Anyway)
Universal functional requirements, but without the identity of material components — sounds like design.
Dogs Understand Many More Words than We Think
Of course, the dog is responding to words as signals, not as components of sentences.
Sara Walker: Intelligent Design without Intelligent Design
We’ll be watching Walker’s publications to see how much farther she can move in the direction of ID.
England, Davies: Honesty, if Not Agreement, on the Origin of Life
Jeremey England explained his conjecture that the flow of energy through a chemical system could cause it to self-organize in such a way as to move toward life.