Tag: molecular machines
Long Story Short: The Origin of Replication and the Information Sequence Problem
As an undergraduate at UC San Diego, I attended a seminar taught by Stanley Miller, the famous chemist who put origin-of-life research on the map.
The Relevance of Intelligent Design to Science and Society: A Primer
“ID is one of the foundational ideas in the history of civilization. It has deep roots in the Jewish and Christian traditions and among non-Christian thinkers.”
Epigenetics Directs Genetics — And That’s a Problem for Darwinism
The ability to sequence genomes was a great accomplishment. But there is something over and above genes.
Michael Behe in World Magazine — “Game Over” for Darwinism
Behe was present at a “semi-secret” scientific gathering “whose theme was a specific controversial question: Did Darwinian evolution have any limitations?”
Grand Central Station and Beyond: Molecular Machines Visualized in 3-D
Cryo-electron microscopy is allowing cell biologists to see irreducibly complex molecular machines in three-dimensional glory.