On Monday, I will look at the consistency of the phylogenetically informative sites for the Baum et al. (2016) paper. Spoiler alert: It looks like design.
It is during the latter stages of the production of an animal oocyte that many functionalities of what some disparage as “junk DNA” take center stage.
There are things going on in cells that make sense only if a designing intelligence saw a need and planned for it in advance.
Chemical signaling in the cell is fairly well known, but what about electrical signaling? Is a cell wired like an electrical network?
“If it could be demonstrated that any complex organ existed, which could not possibly have been formed by numerous, successive, slight modifications…”