Tag: protein evolution
Protein Evolution, the Waiting-Time Problem, and the Intriguing Possibility of Two First Parents
After being asked to evaluate the scientific case against Adam and Eve, Ann Gauger dove into population genetics.
Are Proteins Attracted to Function?
Doug Axe showed that functional space is a tiny fraction of sequence space in proteins. Evolutionists think they found a shortcut.
Breakout Paper in Journal of Theoretical Biology Explicitly Supports Intelligent Design
If the paper is any indication, appearing as it does in a prominent journal, some of the suffocating constraints on ID advocacy may be coming off.
Collateral Damage: Mutations Decrease Fitness in More Ways than One
If mutations are the raw material for evolution, they are like explosives with unpredictable effects.
Listen: Molecular Biologist Douglas Axe Explains the Protein Evolution Problem
If evolution can’t build something as basic as a new protein fold, how could it build whole new organs and body plans in the history of life?