The Supposed Bad Design of the Human Pharynx
The pharynx affords us the abilities to breathe and swallow, but it does much more. It affords the ability for speech, language, and singing.
Bacterial Flagellum Demonstrates the Explanatory and Predictive Power of Engineering Models
Dean Schulz investigated the design of the flagellum with a method that could be described as groundbreaking.
How Convergent Animal Algorithms Challenge Darwinism
Eric Cassell discuss the No Free Lunch theorems of William Macready and David Wolpert, and the problem of blind searches for everything from Rubik’s cube solutions to the formula for WD-40.
Studies on Labrid Fish Confirm Operational Gravity Well Model for Adaptation
The extent to which the authors recognize the implications of their conclusions is difficult to say.
Why Intelligent Design Can Help Develop Clean, Green Energy Solutions
Photosynthesis has been criticized as inefficient. Why? Because it is assumed to be the product of a mindless evolutionary process.