Nobel laureate Jack Szostak has recently retracted a paper. This is a big deal because of who he is and because of where it was published.
As the new school year begins, a group of Ivy League educators (among them, Robert P. George) urge college students to “think for yourself.”
The DNA translation machines in the cell show unexpected complexity, forcing molecular biologists to revise what they thought they knew about ribosomes.
Rather than “result of intelligent designers,” the “appearance of design” is instead thanks to “happy accidents.”
The unique gift of human beings to speak and advocate, our great power, is an argument in itself for our exceptional status in nature.