Tag: cell membrane
Why High School Biology Made Me Angry (And Why I Like It So Much Better Now)
Your own body has something like 30 trillion cells in it. That’s 30 trillion large cities’ worth of complexity.
James Tour Dismantles Dave Farina’s Expert Witnesses on the State of Origin-of-Life Research
Farina is a committed atheist who has demonstrated that he is not encumbered by the same ethical standards that James Tour is.
Mama Bear Apologetics Takes on Richard Dawkins
Dawkins invokes the beautiful order evident in the murmuration of bird flocks as evidence that complexity can evolve from simple algorithmic rules.
The “Clumping” Problem and the Origin of Life
In the 1970s, biochemist Sidney Fox and colleagues believed they had uncovered primitive cell membrane-like structures called protenoid microspheres.
Zip It: How Cells Repair Leaking Membranes
Membrane repair would have been necessary for the existence of the first cell. By what miracles did it arise?