“Common science,” akin to common sense, is what protein chemist Douglas Axe calls an activity we’ve all grown up doing.
Douglas Axe explains, and identifies the “big” and “little” problems with protein evolution.
Doug Axe and his colleagues Ann Gauger and Mariclair Reeves tested evolution in the lab at the most fundamental possible level.
If we could take a pill that dulled the sense of wonder, would these professors recommend it?
In a pretty effective and tense new novel, an MIT geneticist believes he has found evidence, codes within codes, for intelligent programming behind evolution.