Engineering Language Enters Biology — The Case of the Endosome
An automated engineering system presupposes a designer with foresight and a mind that understands how to make things work.
Convergence? One-Celled Creature Has an Eye!
“Convergent evolution” is not a process. It is a post-hoc observation based on evolutionary assumptions.
Why High School Biology Made Me Angry (And Why I Like It So Much Better Now)
Your own body has something like 30 trillion cells in it. That’s 30 trillion large cities’ worth of complexity.
Mitochondria Promoted to Information Processing Systems
The label “powerhouses of the cell” was too simplistic for the many tasks performed every second by these computing, networking, signaling, regulating wonders.
Epigenetics Directs Genetics — And That’s a Problem for Darwinism
The ability to sequence genomes was a great accomplishment. But there is something over and above genes.