Tag: eukaryotic cells
Much Ado About Lactase Persistence
Nothing shows the feebleness of Darwinism quite so much as breathless stories about brand new results. This week the topic was “lactase persistence.”
More Turbulence at the Base of the Tree of Life
For a theory whose empirical strength is so great that it cannot be doubted, universal common descent certainly is doubted a lot.
Mitochondria: Evolution’s Ever-Receding Ancestor
For years evolutionists thought early cells must have brought other cells inside of them, and those other cells then mysteriously evolved into mitochondria.
Zip It: How Cells Repair Leaking Membranes
Membrane repair would have been necessary for the existence of the first cell. By what miracles did it arise?
When Darwinian Evolution Became Obsolete
The theory of evolution by natural selection was unveiled to a poorly attended and generally inattentive audience at a Linnean Society meeting.