Considering several recent papers shows that eliminating evolutionary words and concepts simplifies and improves scientific explanations.
The lesson from Chernobyl is this: radiation kills, but life comes prepared to defend itself.
Can you think of an un-designed process that employs external machinery to maintain the state of another machine?
Chait writes smart, concise dialogue on these subjects, and seems to have learned more than a thing or two from biologist Scott Turner’s recent book, Purpose and Desire.
Previously relegated to servant tasks under the master DNA molecules, ribonucleic acids continue to surprise scientists.