Tag: genetic mutations
Mapping the Pleiotropic Network of Human Cells
Genes and proteins are remarkably similar to natural-language words in a polyfunctional respect.
Ants Do Trigonometry: A Problem for Darwinism
How can a trigonometric mathematical computation be programmed into the brain of an ant through a neo-Darwinian process of genetic mutation and natural selection?
In Sapiens, Admissions and Overstatements about Human Evolutionary Origins
Harari’s conjecture — “There are no gods” — forms the very basis for everything he says in the rest of the book.