Rare Earth: How Vital Minerals “Evolve”
It’s intriguing that life as we know it depends on a seemingly un-natural distribution of minerals.
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.
Do Proteins Lack Metals, Reflecting Poor Design?
According to Erika DeBenedictis, “one of the big limitations of biology are the basic building blocks themselves.”
What Subduction Teaches About Intelligent Design
My PhD research was on the early plate tectonic history on earth. Plate tectonics involves the movement of plates on the surface of the earth.
Molybdenum Is Stored in Cells by a Powered Piercing Machine
The metal element 42, molybdenum, is needed in the body in extremely small but vital amounts for enzymes to work properly.