More Jobs for “Junk” DNA (Cont.)
If “junk” DNA goes toxic, does that suggest it had an original normal function? See the conclusion of this new paper.
Gilson: How a Teacher Wrecked Biology for Me, and How I Got Past It
His biology teacher could take an entire class period to tell Charles Darwin’s life story, and then repeat the same class, virtually verbatim.
Engineering Language Enters Biology — The Case of the Endosome
An automated engineering system presupposes a designer with foresight and a mind that understands how to make things work.
The Role of Learning in the Honey Bee Waggle Dance
Learning is largely a programmed behavior, governed by a type of algorithm, particularly for animals with limited cognitive ability.
Fossil Friday: The Abrupt Origin of Ichthyosaurs
With increasing knowledge of the fossil record, the mainstream narrative is rendered more and more untenable and inconsistent with the empirical evidence.