Recent findings show cellular machinery using pushes, pulls, and even electrical forces to accomplish physical work.
We’ve already announced the launch on Friday, May 5, of Discovery Institute-Mackenzie by Brazil’s Mackenzie Presbyterian University.
More research funding sounds nice, but as Jonathan Wells explains, it does the search for truth no favors.
In the past couple of days, we’ve documented upsets in conventional evolutionary thinking. Here’s a third.
Viruses have long been an enigma to microbiologists.
Octopuses have an amazing ability to sense and mimic the coloration, shape, and texture of their surroundings.
Some stunning upsets in conventional thinking about evolution have hit the news in rapid succession.
Information-rich functional machines don’t pop into existence merely because their presence would be advantageous.
Darwinian theory attributes the most wonderful creativity to the power of random mutations (sifted by natural selection).
In impeding the emergence of genetics, Darwinian evolution was a science stopper, and not for the first time.