In previous posts, I’ve covered how neo-Darwinism can make biological redundancy more confusing than it should be.
There’s a problem that biologists have long pondered — how do proteins find other proteins within the cell that they are supposed to interact with?
I’ve been shocked by how otherwise thoughtful people assume that physicians and other experts like Collins, those with the loudest media voices, are reliable.
Materialists who purport to explain the origin of nature’s complexity by smuggling in information unwittingly demonstrate the need for intelligent design.
They said they wouldn’t do it, but of course they did. Scientists working in China — where else? — have constructed embryos that are part human and part monkey.