Starship Enterprise: Fungal Transposons Boldly Go
Newly recognized large transposable elements in fungi dubbed Starships may not be selfish after all.
Even More Mammoth Devolution
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.
Chimp and Human Genomes: An Evolution Myth Unravels
Casey Luskin rebuts the oft-repeated claim that the human and chimp genomes are 98-99 percent similar as surely resulted from Darwinian common descent.
Will an Engineering Paradigm Supplant Darwinism?
Its summer of dominance after neo-Darwinism arose and conquered every field of biology led to an autumn of colorful just-so stories, and now a Narnian rule.
#10 Story of 2022: Twelve “Shocking” Discoveries for Evolution
Some discoveries might be surprising from an evolutionary perspective, but not necessarily from a perspective of intelligent design.