Tag: DNA repair
RuvAB: Another Elegant Molecular Motor Visualized
This machine looks like something out of a CAD/CAM project, but it’s found in bacteria.
Contingency Planning in the Cell Affirms Design
When sunlight is adequate, leaves are happy. On some days, though, there can be too much of a good thing.
DNA Repair, Fish Shape, Epigenetics: Science Advances, Darwin-Free
According to a robotically repeated talking point favored by evolution proponents, loyal adherence to Darwin’s theory is crucial to the future of biological research.
“Genomic Perfection” Versus “Cellular Survival”
Here is a thought-provoking hypothesis in this week’s Science. I wonder how (or if) it could be tested.
Testing Behe’s Principle that Darwin Devolves
We looked at some papers claiming to see evolution happening in real time, to see if natural selection has actually invented a new function, or just broke an existing function.