The word “biomimetics” entered the dictionary in 1974. In the 45 years since, scientists have found design inspiration in everything biological from molecules to mammals.
A pair of new articles in Nature Genetics acknowledge just how widespread ERV and retrotransposon functionality is.
Robert Crowther explores why some scientists are willing to risk their research and careers to voice their skepticism of evolutionary theory.
Biologist Ann Gauger explains how she and Douglas Axe tested popular hypotheses for protein origins.
Kevin Williamson deploys an absurd reductionist construct of the ID field as consisting of ideological assertions by “lawyers” and “amateurs.”