Scientists find the most interesting things when they suspect function in poorly understood parts of the genome.
As Lysenkoism enjoys a revival in Russia, it thrives here too.
The year’s top “best” book is Tom Bethell’s Darwin’s House of Cards (Discovery Institute Press).
Darwinists point to similarities across species, classes, and phyla, and argue that this shows we’re all descended from a common ancestor.
In arguing for 75 percent of the human genome as trash, has Dr. Graur slain the ENCODE dragon and rescued the Junk DNA myth? Nah.