A few days ago, UPS delivered the bound galleys of Mike Behe’s new book.
Previously relegated to servant tasks under the master DNA molecules, ribonucleic acids continue to surprise scientists.
He has a different take on imperfection, one more optimistic than one might expect from someone who writes about what’s wrong with us.
Think of a situation where you have to crack the code on a bank vault, with many dials in the code, say 150, each specifying 1 out of 10 digits.
Orphan genes — genes that are present in only one species, or a group of closely related species — are of particular interest to advocates of intelligent design.