Plastic-Eating Microbes — “Rapid Evolution” May Not Be Darwinian at All
Environmental scientists warn frequently that the world is drowning in plastic. Here is some unexpected good news.
Cells Reach Out and Touch, Providing Evidence of Foresight and Design
Cells are equipped with sensors that recognize touch and respond accordingly. They can even reach out to other cells with nanoscopic tunnels and share parts.
Five New Biology Papers Show Cracks in Darwin’s Foundation
Are there rumblings of discontent? Is it getting safer to question the claims of conventional neo-Darwinism?
In Carbon Isotope Excursions, Darwinists Lose Another Excuse for the Cambrian Explosion
The claim that a spike in carbon isotope concentrations led to the explosion of biological diversity in the Cambrian doesn’t hold up, as if it would have helped, anyway.
How to Restore Science’s Lost Luster
More and more, the scientific establishment looks like a special interest group with biases of their own.