Peer-Reviewed Paper Shows Vertebrate Embryonic Variation Contradicts Common Ancestry
Evolutionary biologists often argue that vertebrate embryos develop in highly similar manners, reflecting their common ancestry.
Viewing Chinese Lanterns in Pittsburgh
I mused about the genetic coding requirements for the changes in protein expression and timing (during development) to give its precise floral morphology.
In Artificial and Biological Neural Networks, Intelligent Design Is Undeniable
Someday evolutionists might connect the dots. Right now, even simple nerve nets in jellyfish and hydra are remarkably well designed for what they do.
Nature Rights: A Lake in Florida Sues
For a certain class of journalists, practical concerns are of little consequence — or perhaps, just not as much fun to write about.
Biological Information Beyond DNA: The Future of Biology
Previously, Dr. Wells showed that embryo development requires information carried by membrane patterns in embryonic cells.