Tag: Oregon State University
Minimal Complexity Problem in Prey Detection by the Sand Scorpion
The scorpion can detect tiny vibrations, of order 1 Angstrom (the size of a hydrogen atom) in amplitude, that emanate from its prey.
Is Intelligent Design a Science Stopper?
Consider a box with an internal divider such that the box is divided into two separate compartments, A and B.
Evolutionary Enigmas, Tiny Tardigrades Strut Their Superpowers
Darwinists struggle to explain why any creature would evolve protections from environmental conditions it had never experienced.
Response to a Critic: But What About Undirected Graphs?
A dependency graph is not any old ad hoc hypothesis. It was posited because it is something that we observe in software engineering.
Researchers Find that in Cells, Trains Run on Time
Man-made railways can’t come close to the efficiency and flexibility of those at work inside your body right now.