A recent study investigated microRNAs in Saccharina japonica and compared them to previously investigated microRNAs, including in a different brown algae species.
There’s a lot more going on in those sequences of nucleotides than we could have imagined.
Such a remarkable, multi-dimensional coding system assuredly could only have arisen by means of intelligent programming and design.
This reminds me of the observations of sociologist Arthur C. Brooks that conservatives and religious folks are on average signficantly happier and more philanthropic than liberals and secularists.
As we head into Evolution Sunday, I offer this second installment in a series of reviews of Alvin Plantinga’s long-awaited new book.