Tag: cellular life
Revising the Linnaean System: Where to Locate Viruses? And the Problem with Mitochondria
The venue for a remarkable call for government censorship of science was a peer-reviewed biology journal.
Bacteriophage Is the New Poster Child for Darwin’s Doom
Through no fault of Darwin’s, neither he nor anyone else in his day had a clue about the nature of cellular life and biological information.
The Elements — An Independent Line of Evidence for Intelligent Design
Twenty elements — and water, too — appear to have been precisely fine-tuned in advance for highly specific biochemical roles.