Epigenetic Biotimer Revealed in Flowers
What goes into getting a flower to develop on a stem is mind-boggling, reports a Darwin-free paper.
Cellulose Doesn’t Just Happen
The most abundant biopolymer on Earth requires a host of machines, genes, proteins, and accessories.
The Dawkins Test Returns an Answer: Intelligent Design
Dr. Luskin details the various ways that the rapidly developing field of phylogenomics is uncovering data that powerfully fits the ID model of life’s history.
New Book Puts Richard Dawkins’s “Selfish Genes” in the ICU
Dr. Jarvis lays out numerous pieces of evidence that jeopardize Dawkins’s view that genes are selfish and act as the units of selection.
Fossil Friday: The Explosive Origin of Mosasaurs in the Cretaceous
The math of population genetics precludes a Darwinian origin of these new genes in such a short time.