From a new, open-access article, “Implications of the first complete human genome assembly.”
Purported examples of poor design usually represent opinions resulting from armchair critics’ limited understanding of the technical literature.
I will begin with an example from embryology, then turn to metabolism, and finish with the breadth of chemical space covered by the natural amino acids.
A couple of years ago, Professor Lents became fascinated by orphan genes, and went looking for them in the human genome.
The waves may be huge and the surface roiling, but the deeper waters continue as they always have, essentially undisturbed.