Among the scientific papers out there that try to refute Stephen Meyer without naming him, here’s one that makes it all so simple.
Hox gene clusters are regulatory elements that switch on genes downstream in embryological development. When you swap one cluster with another, what happens? Evolution?
A new paper casts evolution as kind of a trampoline: organisms can bounce higher by jumping off the fitness peak.
In Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a new paper that, frankly, we’re not sure passes the laugh test.
The Cambrian animals exploded onto the scene because evolution works fast sometimes. What, you’ve got a problem with that?