Living cells employ forward-thinking and backward-thinking strategies. Both strategies require planning outside the immediate situation.
An email correspondent who is friendly to intelligent design (ID) recently wrote us asking how to respond to common objections to ID arguments about the Cambrian explosion.
The lesson from woolly mammoth studies, and many other ones, is that it is much faster and easier to break or blunt a gene than to improve or make a new one.
Biochemist Michael Behe reviews the well-known Long Term Evolution Experiment at Michigan State.
Wherever you look in the history of life you stumble upon overwhelming evidence for design.