The metal element 42, molybdenum, is needed in the body in extremely small but vital amounts for enzymes to work properly.
Darwinists struggle to explain why any creature would evolve protections from environmental conditions it had never experienced.
A premise here is that abstract thought is a unique human endowment, so our colleague Wesley Smith will also find this of interest as a scientific test of human exceptionalism.
Intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) are common in cells. Can a disordered protein regulate a molecular motor?
The discrepancy in method is crucial to understanding this argument against Behe. Yet curiously, it is omitted from mention by Lents and Hunt. Why?