Genomics has come a long way since the central dogma and junk DNA. If you expect to find reasons for things, you often do find them.
The graceful, pulsating moon jellyfish move in “a very efficient way,” say biologists at the University of Bonn.
Design predictions rise as evolutionary assumptions fall. The junk DNA myth is, for all practical purposes, falsified.
How many times have we heard it claimed that the vast majority of the human genome is “junk” and therefore could not have been designed?
Here is a thought-provoking hypothesis in this week’s Science. I wonder how (or if) it could be tested.