Why not treat the whole genome as functional? This is a radical concept, but perhaps the focus on genes distorts our understanding.
Compromises are driven by the limitations of a material world, but also by the vision that lies behind the design.
Some hares turn white in winter where it’s snowy, but remain brown in winter where it’s mild. What does that have to do with Darwinian evolution?
I’d like to point out a few things to Dr. Alice Roberts. None of this is evolutionarily possible.
Researchers at Radboud University in the Netherlands made “a remarkable discovery” about a protein named Polycomb that binds to DNA.