Faced with impossible odds, materialists struggle to find natural laws that can fold a protein correctly the way life does.
Machines packed in exquisite geometrical structures play a major role in cleaning the air and regulating carbon for the entire planet.
Two ears provide the ability for mammals to tell the direction of sound, involving multiple finely tuned mechanisms.
Loved by children, one of the most common beetles turns out to have engineering marvels under its shields.
A fierce battle over a core principle of Darwinian theory has raged for decades, but you wouldn’t know it.
Does anything in nature achieve perfection? Yes, say Japanese researchers looking at an amazing molecular machine in a “primitive” life form.
If natural selection would have a hard time modifying one codon, imagine it having to keep track of three at once.
Information-rich functional machines don’t pop into existence merely because their presence would be advantageous.
Darwinian evolution is supposed to have done away with the need for purpose or will in driving the history of life. The words of Darwinists themselves tend to refute that idea.
There is no evidence that the authors of a recent paper in PNAS have accurately described the environment in which the first cells formed.