Immediately you know these structures were designed. How should you know that? How did the scientists know that?
Duke University professor Alexander Rosenberg has until now held the prize for the most over-the-top demonizing of the mild-mannered biochemist.
Computer methods of analyzing mutations are widely used because they are generally accurate. They do not suddenly lose their accuracy when I cite them.
Can we explain human technology merely by supernova explosions and blind chance? In rare earth elements, we find hints of a better explanation.
Mike and Andrew have a good time considering the range of ways in which the preemptive, prepublication review fell short.