Dandelions, Darwin’s Bark Spider, and More: No Shortage of Biological Wonders
Those of us who find purpose in biology instead of random tinkering will not run out of material to get excited about any time soon.
In Biology, Intelligent Designs that Amaze, Amuse, and Entertain
Animals and plants keep giving scientists and engineers ideas for biomimetic designs. Sometimes observing the organisms is just plain fun.
A Snail as Fast as a Bullet, and Other Darwin-Defying Marvels
You could fill up a web publication’s daily coverage just with new wonders from the world of life. Would that be expected given Darwinian assumptions?
A Dentist in the Sahara: Doug Axe on the Rarity of Proteins Is Decisively Confirmed
In a previous article I described the evidence that cooption faces insurmountable mathematical challenges in explaining the origins of such complex molecular machines as the bacterial flagellum.
Challenge to a Critic of the Design Intuition: How Do You Explain Your Own Use of It?
Previously, I questioned a theistic evolutionist’s claim that we can’t rule out chance as an explanation for something unless the probability of chance working can be calculated accurately.