Tag: James Watson
Imagining “Abiogenesis”: Crick, Watson, and Franklin
There are some biologists, such as Richard Dawkins, who still pin their faith in ideas which have resulted only in blankly negative experimental results.
Myths, Monsters, and Life’s Elusive First Step
The notion that the building blocks of life were easily gotten may have seemed intuitive to journalists and others acquainted with Mary Shelley’s novel.
Stephen Meyer: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena and the God Hypothesis
Mainstream scientists have been speculating about other-than-earthly intelligence for decades.
Is “Denying Evolution” a Form of White Supremacy?
What happens if we examine the real white supremacists today? Are they creationists?
A Beautifully Illustrated Open Access Review Article on DNA Topoisomerases
Crick and Watson realized, very early on, that the winding double helix of DNA would cause all kinds of nasty tangles.