Tag: The Scientist
DNA Packing: One of the Supreme Wonders of Nature
The cell packs two meters of DNA into a 10-micron nucleus. How? The machinery is as intelligently designed as the genome itself.
Hairy Matters for Evolution
Thin strands we call hair can give headaches to Darwinists. Here are some surprising stories about hair.
Non-Mendelian Inheritance Undermines Neo-Darwinism
Neo-Darwinians breathed a sigh of relief when in the 1930s they found a way to incorporate Mendel’s laws of heredity. Now, that relief is unraveling.
Giraffe Genome Is Not Evolutionary
Ah, the giraffe. Darwin put his mechanism at war with Lamarck’s to explain the giraffe’s long neck. Evolutionists are still battling over the question.
A Flea Circus of Small Animal Acrobats
Small animals amuse and amaze scientists who take a close look at them in action. Sometimes it requires a high-speed camera to analyze the trick.