Tag: Max Planck Institute
Copper Reveals Its Role in Exploding Plants — and in the Miracle of Man
The exploding pods of the popping cress send the plant’s seeds flying in all directions, as far as a meter from the parent.
Brain Neurons Are “Comparable to a Library”
It’s one of those occasions in biology (not rare) when the term “intelligent design,” despite other merits, falls flat as a description.
Abstract: Lönnig on Darwin’s “Abominable Mystery”
All orders and families of the angiosperms appear abruptly in the fossil record (the same for most lower systematic categories).
A New Interview with Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig
To those who say ID advocates are only critical of Darwinism because they are not sufficiently versed in genetics, I have a two-word reply.
Human Engineers Can’t Top These Biological Intelligent Designs
In labs around the world, scientists are fascinated by living designs. Here are just a few examples of what is being reported on a weekly basis.