To evolve a protein, Douglas Axe draws a comparison to seeking out — blindfolded! — a particular atom secreted away somewhere in the Milky Way.
Researchers at Uppsala University describe the challenge they face — and that standard Darwinian processes had to face.
You could predict how the review would be written — not only that it would be negative but the precise ways in which it would also be spurious.
Intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) are common in cells. Can a disordered protein regulate a molecular motor?
He credits reading Meyer’s book as the primary cause of his rejecting neo-Darwinian evolution, a “brilliant and beautiful scientific theory” now overtaken by science.