Bone Growth Demonstrates Irreducible Complexity and Hierarchical Control
How does a bone “know” to keep its structures at proper ratios along its length as it grows?
Foresight in the Biosphere: Lowly Organisms Help Rescue the Planet from Pollution
Need technology to fight the effects of technology? Look instead to living things that already have solutions.
Irreducible Complexity in Ant Behavior Triggers a Recognition of Intelligent Design
Recent research draws an unapologetic parallel between human engineering and biological systems.
Behe: Magnetotactic Bacteria and Other Micro-Wonders
These bugs could point the way to a treatment for cancerous tumors, thanks to their natural ability to maneuver by sensing the Earth’s magnetic field.
Dan Graur: The Core Rationale for Claiming “Junk DNA”
This explains why many researchers, who are fully on board with evolution, nonetheless ignore Graur’s advice.