No longer think of proteins as isolated parts in a cell. Think of them as friends networking and participating together in a community.
A potential avenue of increasing the supply of organs — xenotransplantation — is not, in my view, morally problematic in the least.
Professor Behe invites us to join him for a sobering thought experiment: attempting to build an instruction manual for a human femur bone.
The question posed by considering evolutionary theory versus intelligent design is whether a marvel like the femur could have arisen by chance-driven processes.
Nickel is an essential element in the human body, but too much is toxic. Here’s another element our planet had to provide.