No Iron, No Life: Intelligent Design in Iron Availability
As an exercise, count the number of lucky breaks that had to occur for the evolutionary story to work.
The Stop Lights in the Cell
Even a cell needs laws and enforcers. When the enforcers don’t do their jobs, crime increases in cities and in cells.
Hierarchical Systems in Biology — DNA Packaging
It is hard to fathom that such a highly complex, hierarchical mechanism of information storage on a microscopic scale could come about purely by chance.
Diatoms, an Evolutionary Mystery, Come into Nano-Focus
The jewels of the microbial world, when seen with new nano-scale imaging techniques, look like little modernist cathedrals.
Is There Discontinuity in Biology — And How Would We Know?
For my part, I think it’s better to approach the data without assumptions and to let the evidence speak for itself.