Tag: nucleotide sequences
Experiments on “Self-Replicating” RNA Indicate the Need for Intelligent Agency in Life’s Origin
Any evolving system of RNAs would quickly include almost exclusively RNAs that performed no biologically useful actions.
Origin of Life, Public Education, and Religious Neutrality
In a series of lectures and articles, organic chemist James Tour has exposed how research related to the origin of life (OOL) has been scandalously misrepresented to the public.
“Genes Out of Nothing”? Two Studies Demonstrate the Power of Mind
Researchers at Uppsala University describe the challenge they face — and that standard Darwinian processes had to face.
About Orphan Genes — What’s the Big Problem for Evolution?
Orphan genes — genes that are present in only one species, or a group of closely related species — are of particular interest to advocates of intelligent design.