No longer think of proteins as isolated parts in a cell. Think of them as friends networking and participating together in a community.
These coats, and the accessory proteins that build them, attach them to vesicles, and disassemble them, exhibit irreducible complexity.
Professor Carvunis stressed that the genetic patterns she is studying do not fit with the evolutionary theory she learned “since I was an undergraduate.”
The more science progresses, the more hapless Darwin seems. Consider woolly mammoth DNA.
John West urges supporters of vaccinations to meet the other side not with insults but with reasoned discourse and scientific evidence.