The junk DNA paradigm may have caused us to miss the precise DNA that helps makes a species unique.
Specified information — when improbability meets a recognizable pattern — demands explanation.
These new developments underscore the fact that there is no room for dogmatism about claims concerning the smallest population size of humans.
Richard Buggs is a professor and Senior Research Leader at Kew Royal Botanic Gardens, one of the UK’s largest plant science research institutes.
Good empirical science searches for explanations that fit the evidence. But another kind of “science” is committed to telling stories about unguided evolution.