Tag: First Rule of Adaptive Evolution
Devolution Watch: Malaria Gnaws Off a Leg
The most frequently used diagnostic test kit checks for the presence in the patient’s blood of either of two similar malarial proteins, called pfhrp2 or pfhrp3.
New Papers Explore the Utility of Active Information
William Dembski and Robert J. Marks developed the concept of active information to measure the extent to which a search function appears pre-programmed to find some target.
Judge Michael Behe’s Case for Intelligent Design Yourself
“Darwin’s mechanism is dominated by ‘Poison-Pill’ mutations: positively-selected, loss-of-function mutation.” It “squanders genetic information for short-term gain.”
Fake Darwinism in an International Test of Experimental Evolution
It’s fine to search through random results for an outcome you’re aiming for. Just don’t call it Darwinian evolution.
Darwin Devolves, Again: Study Finds Bacteria Eject Their Flagella to Avoid Starvation
This finding fits Michael Behe’s book Darwin Devolves perfectly. It’s easier to throw cargo overboard than to create it.