If designing proteins is difficult for us, it is great big wall for random bumbly evolution.
“The origin of life is among the greatest open problems in science.”
This summer, we saw how Discover Magazine blogger Carl Zimmer tried to manufacture a controversy and score some points for the Darwin side in the evolution debate.
If there was a fusion event, that doesn’t demonstrate human/ape common ancestry.
I recently read Carl Zimmer’s response to my critique of his November, 2006 article in National Geographic. In this post I will discuss Zimmer’s response to me regarding embryology and developmental biology. The embryonic hourglass is the idea that vertebrate embryos (like those of fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals) start off developing very differently, […]