Tag: Stanford University
Yes, Ants Think — Like Computers
Computer programmers have adapted some ant problem-solving methods to software programs (but without the need for complex chemical scents).
Why Scientists Think There Could Be Life on Europa
Jupiter’s moon Europa, somewhat smaller than Earth’s moon, may have surface water and organic chemicals, researchers say.
Application of ID: Leveraging Design Triangulation to Anticipate Biological Redundancy
In previous posts, I’ve covered how neo-Darwinism can make biological redundancy more confusing than it should be.
The New Yorker Takes “A Journey to the Center of Our Cells”
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?
John West: COVID Vaccine Misinformation from Francis Collins
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.