Tag: Texas A&M
Can Old Dogs Learn New Tricks? It Depends
Not much is known for sure about how dogs age. The Dog Aging Project aims to change that through systematic research programs.
Life’s Origin — A “Mystery” Made Accessible
If you “listen to the experts,” or anyway some of the experts, cells are “little bags of garbage” and Miller-Urey is a “true simulation of prebiotic chemistry.”
“The Activity of a Cell Is Like That of a Factory”
It is always interesting to see how observations that we have been making for years are now a part of the general chatter.
Josh Swamidass on Artificial Intelligence at the University of Washington
I have to admit the event was kind of dull compared with the Behe debate. But Josh gave a nice presentation with AI/consciousness basics.
Behe and Swamidass Debate Evolution and Intelligent Design at Texas A&M
When Michael Behe’s slide show flashed to a close up of the gears, a murmur of astonishment rolled through the audience.