Codes Within Codes: How Dual-Use Codons Challenge Statistical Methods for Inferring Natural Selection
It boggles the mind to think about how such “codes within codes” could evolve by random mutation and natural selection. But that’s not all.
Sign of the Times: Nobel Prize-Winning Biologist Refuses to Submit Papers to Top-Tier "Luxury" Science Journals
Occasionally at Discovery Institute we get an e-mail from some disgruntled Darwin advocate or other that taunts us by brandishing the names of luxury science journals.
Citation Counts Are Challenged as Metric of Scientific Merit
An otherwise scientifically sound paper might not be cited for reasons that are political, not scientific. In the intelligent-design movement, we’ve seen this many times.
The Fabric of Nature: Michael Denton’s New BIO-Complexity Paper Argues for “Laws of Form” Finely Tuned for Life
Just as Darwinism cannot explain these laws, the laws themselves cannot explain all the adaptive complexity of life. Structuralism leaves plenty of room for intelligent design.
Peer-Reviewed Pro-Intelligent Design Articles and the “Insurrection” Against Journal Impact Factors
An e-mail correspondent challenges our list of peer-reviewed pro-ID articles, pointing out that some of the journals are apparently not listed in the Thomson-Reuters Journal Citation Reports.