|November 18, 2015||Posted by News under Biology, Intelligent Design, News, speciation|
From University of Oxford: As many as 50% of all natural history specimens held in the world’s museums could be wrongly named, according to a new study by researchers from Oxford University and the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Researchers … scoured the records of Ipomoea – a large and diverse genus which includes the sweet […]
|November 4, 2015||Posted by News under Biology, Darwinism, Intelligent Design, News, Physics|
From bFast, appended to Baffling but undead physics results: Physicists always seem to end up with puzzles: what is dark energy, what is dark matter, what caused the big bang, how big is a proton. I love the honest puzzles that physicists bring to the table. Evolutionary biologists, however, never seem to be puzzled about […]
|September 4, 2015||Posted by News under Biology, Mind, Neuroscience|
At Huffington Post, Suzan Mazur interviews neuroscientist David Edelman on Paradigm shift “YES)”and origin of 3D organismal form”: Neuroscientist David Edelman, who’s currently on the faculties of the University of San Diego and the University of California, San Diego, and is the son of late Nobel laureate Gerald Edelman, says he agrees that an evolution […]
|August 17, 2015||Posted by News under Biology, Evolution, Philosophy|
A series of articles by philosopher of biology James Barham on key new thinkers, collected together on his blog: Part I: The Machine Metaphor Part II: James A. Shapiro Part III: Mary Jane West-Eberhard Part IV: Some Experiments Part V: Life and Emergence Part VI: F.E. Yates’s Homeodynamics Seeing Past Darwin VII: Some Physical Properties […]
|July 30, 2015||Posted by News under Biology, Culture, Intelligent Design, News|
Says Cosmos Magazine here: National Geographic’s senior editor Christopher Sloan had seen a feathered dinosaur fossil or two. But the specimen he described in the magazine’s November 1999 issue, dubbed Archaeoraptor liaoningensis, took his breath away. … Archaeoraptor would later be dubbed “Piltdown chicken”. Cut n’ paste job. But even smart folks have been taken […]
|March 28, 2015||Posted by News under Biology, Culture, Darwinism, Intelligent Design, News|
In case you didn’t know it was free, here’s Denis Noble: The ‘Modern Synthesis’ (Neo-Darwinism) is a mid-20th century gene-centric view of evolution, based on random mutations accumulating to produce gradual change through natural selection. Any role of physiological function in influencing genetic inheritance was excluded. The organism became a mere carrier of the real […]
|January 26, 2015||Posted by niwrad under Biology, Cybernetics and Mechatronics, Informatics, Intelligent Design|
Sorry if this post is a bit for computer programmers, anyway I trust that also the others can grasp the overall picture. Evolutionists claim that what it takes to evolution to work is simply “a populations of replicators, random variations on them, and a competition for survival or resources”. Today we will try to partially […]
Nature’s sneery summary of creationist fossil hunter Mark Armitage’s wrongful dismissal suit against California State U
|November 6, 2014||Posted by News under academic freedom, Biology, News|
Now here’s a question: The U fired him; will they also take credit for his find?
|November 2, 2014||Posted by Tim under Biology, General interest, Natural selection|
Recently, Mark Frank and I had a brief dialogue in the OP,“Didn’t everyone already know this about dogs?” I’ve decided to clean it up a bit and re-post it because after my last question, I received no responses. At the outset, I would like to say that I place no blame about lack of responses […]
|October 30, 2014||Posted by News under Biology, News, Physics|
If so, it makes sense. The quantum world exists, whether anything uses it or not, but in nature everything tends to get used.
|September 24, 2014||Posted by PaV under Biology, Evolution, Genetics|
I’ve been saying the OP’s title for years now. And, every day, I read review articles in the like of Phys.Org (they usually get out the articles first!) and, sure enough, there’s an article undermining Darwinian orthodoxy and the neo-Darwinian mechanisms that underpin it. Here’s today’s latest. It involves the insect genome and proteins once […]
|September 18, 2014||Posted by News under Biology, Intelligent Design, News|
Different flies, same width. Very precise indeed.
|September 16, 2014||Posted by News under Biology, Intelligent Design, News|
Spinosaurus was the largest known predatory dinosaur to roam Earth.
|August 10, 2014||Posted by News under Biology, Biomimicry, News|
First ever confirmed.
|July 25, 2014||Posted by DLH under Biology, Cell biology, Genomics, Intelligent Design|
Are you what you eat? Or what’s eating you? Novel virus discovered in half the world’s population A new study led by researchers at San Diego State University has found that more than half the world’s population is host to a newly described virus, named crAssphage, which infects one of the most common types of […]
Debating Darwin and Design A dialogue between two Christians 1. Is Intelligent Design science or ‘creationism in a cheap tuxedo’? 21st July 2014 Joshua Gidney – Fourth Response I wish to begin this response by thanking Francis for his refreshingly substantive and engaging rebuttal. I believe that in his critique of ID, he has stepped up several […]
|July 18, 2014||Posted by scordova under Biology, Humor, Molecular Animations, News|
Our longtime commenter Jerry several months ago asked a question about DNA (regarding complementary strands). I presume he got an answer by now. At the time, I wanted to respond to his question with this video, but I just never got around to it! But the video would still be incredibly valuable to all our […]
|July 12, 2014||Posted by News under Biology, News|
Her research has been published in Nature, Development, and the Journal of Biological Chemistry.
|July 8, 2014||Posted by Eric Anderson under Biology, Evolution, Extraterrestrial life, Origin Of Life|
I previously mentioned an upcoming “Emergence of Life” course that folks here might be interested in. Details here. The course has now been scheduled and starts this Monday, July 14, 2014, at Coursera. You can find the course here. If you decide to take the course, I encourage professionalism and civility in any forum interactions […]
|July 1, 2014||Posted by News under Biology, Intelligent Design, News, speciation|
Until very recently, the lichen was believed to have just one species of fungus.