Another of Michael Behe’s molecular machines gets an update. The details are even more fascinating than originally described.
The primary ethical problems with CRISPR in humans so far have come from “germ line” genetic engineering.
Proponents of intelligent design would agree that biology is imperfect and biomedicine should be encouraged to cure diseases and fix problems.
When sunlight is adequate, leaves are happy. On some days, though, there can be too much of a good thing.
As animator “Long Story” puts it in his video, the claim is an example of evolutionary equivocation”: “The use of ambiguous language to conceal the truth.”