Tag: magnetotactic bacteria
From Darwinists, a Shift in Tone on Nanomachines
The shift in tone from then to now is remarkable. What happened to the awe these systems used to inspire?
Wonderful Microbes Are the Planet’s Ecosystem Engineers
The few pathogens among bacteria give a bad rap to the majority that do wonderful things — for us and for our environment.
Get a Load of This Souped-Up Hyperdrive Magnetotactic Bacterium
“MO-1 is a magnetotactic bacterium capable of orienting its cell body along the geomagnetic field lines by using magnetosomes.”
For Navigating Animals, a Gift from Magnetotactic Bacteria
Nowhere do these scientists explain how bacteria invented magnetotaxis and encoded it into their genes.
Behe: Magnetotactic Bacteria and Other Micro-Wonders
These bugs could point the way to a treatment for cancerous tumors, thanks to their natural ability to maneuver by sensing the Earth’s magnetic field.