Unlike philosophy journals — or high school newspapers — many science journals are unwilling to publish responses by people attacked in their pages.
The ENCODE project, now in its 17th year, ended its third phase with a new record of annotated elements in human and mouse genomes. Phase 4 is coming.
It is during the latter stages of the production of an animal oocyte that many functionalities of what some disparage as “junk DNA” take center stage.
From crippled fruit flies we move to perhaps the most pervasive icon of them all, the peppered moth.
The article is like a thermometer measuring a fever among evolutionists.