Orphan genes — genes that are present in only one species, or a group of closely related species — are of particular interest to advocates of intelligent design.
Attacks by Christian theistic evolutionists have often followed the same patterns as those of their secular colleagues.
Recently, a team of British paleontologists added a new pseudo-explanation.
What amazes me is how the female butterflies can smell dill over great distances, and so deposit their eggs on the right plants.
Olfactory receptors squeeze more data out of odor molecules than previously thought.