Tag: molecular machines
Still Unexplained: The First Living Cell
In recent years, MIT physicist Jeremy England has gained media attention for proposing a thermodynamic energy-dissipation model of the origin of life.
Behe Answers Best Objections to Irreducible Complexity
Following the philosopher Alvin Plantinga, Pat Flynn says that some of the attacks on Behe have been hysterical, but some have been more thoughtful.
RuvAB: Another Elegant Molecular Motor Visualized
This machine looks like something out of a CAD/CAM project, but it’s found in bacteria.
Report from Australia: Sharing Design Evidence Down Under
While I packed for my July/August speaking tour of Queensland, Australia, science writer Stephen Buranyi dropped an 11-page bombshell in London.
Yes, a “Host of Machines” Are at Work in the Cell
Here are more cellular machines to dazzle us with their moving parts and functions.