Scott confidently asserts that because of mutations the beta-globin pseudogene “isn’t going to do diddly. It’s just going to sit there.”
For years we’ve been told that human and chimp DNA is some 99 percent identical. Is that true?
Casey Luskin examines a paper which argues that the famous beta-globin pseudogene is functional. Why is this pseudogene famous?
Perhaps one of ENCODE’s staunchest critics has been Dan Graur, a molecular evolutionary biologist at the University of Houston.
The designer made the sexual organs of angiosperms, namely, flowers, to be the most spectacularly beautiful structures in biology.