Purported examples of poor design usually represent opinions resulting from armchair critics’ limited understanding of the technical literature.
It truly matters that we follow the evidence to its logical end and base our research and applications on that end.
Biology is a lavish display of sophisticated designs exceeding all human engineering to date.
Dr. DeBenedictis’s basic argument is that there is a section of the human genome where two genes overlap, both of which are important for suppressing tumors.
I will begin with an example from embryology, then turn to metabolism, and finish with the breadth of chemical space covered by the natural amino acids.