A microbe was found to organize its electron transport machinery in a way that bends the membrane for optimum energy utilization.
“Evolution of novel genes”? Isn’t that the question at hand? Where do novel genes come from?
If redwoods are a byword for great stature, grasshoppers represent the opposite. And what insect could be more common or familiar?
It’s another example of a paper that sounds like it could have been written by a proponent of intelligent design.
Epidemiology, to which Darwinism is a “narrative gloss,” is an old and vigorous science.