A paper illustrates the action of DNA loop extrusion processes, which serve multiple functions to maintain the genome, with an interesting graphic: gears.
The authors close by quoting Carl Sagan’s famous adage that “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” Do they offer that kind of evidence?
It is likely that no further improvement in muscle power can be achieved by increasing the density of packing of the myosin motors.
Man-made railways can’t come close to the efficiency and flexibility of those at work inside your body right now.
Statements in news articles suggest that some science writers, while aware of ID, don’t understand what is required for a Darwinian response.