This explains why many researchers, who are fully on board with evolution, nonetheless ignore Graur’s advice.
Explaining the origin of complex phenotypic novelty is the million-dollar question in evolutionary biology.
Junk DNA has been getting redress for decades of ignominy. Now, retrotransposons and transposable elements may be next in line for a better reputation.
The prediction Paul Nelson discusses here is that there would turn out to be a single universal genetic code.
The video compares humans and chimps, saying the latter’s behaviors and facial expressions are “eerily human.” I could say the same thing about my cat.