|April 3, 2014||Posted by scordova under Darwinism, Evolution, Genetics, Genomics, Irreducible Complexity, News|
Walter Remine mentioned in passing about a parasite that slowly evolved to lose all its organs except for its anus. Unfortunately he didn’t recall the name of the creature or whether he got all the details right, but rather than peppered moths, if that creature really exists, it should be the poster child of Darwinism. […]
|April 3, 2014||Posted by News under Genetics, Genomics, Intelligent Design, News|
The people standing athwart epigenetics and yelling “Stop!” probably won’t like epigenomics either.
|February 24, 2014||Posted by News under Genomics, News|
Till Thursday, we hear.
|January 30, 2014||Posted by News under Genomics, Tree of life|
BUT … we are all denounced in the article as “temporal chauvinists” for expecting precisely what we were told in school to expect of allegedly Darwinian evolution—increasing complexity.
|January 22, 2014||Posted by News under Genetics, Genomics, Intelligent Design, News|
If indeed “Each lineage of ants contains about 4000 novel genes, but only 64 of these are conserved across all seven ant genomes sequenced so far,” why would anyone look to Darwin’s theory to explain anything about the history of ants?
|December 10, 2013||Posted by News under Genetics, Genomics, News|
Quantum entanglement, it is suggested, may influence the way information is read off a strand of DNA.
|November 9, 2013||Posted by DLH under Cell biology, Complex Specified Information, Darwinism, Evolution, Evolutionary biology, Genetics, Genomics, Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity, Origin Of Life, speciation, Symbiosis|
Bacteria demonstrate intra-species communication that is species specific using a partner with a communication molecule. Bacteria are also “multilingual” with a generic trade language for interspecies communication. Bacteria control tasks by signal producing and receiving receptors with a signal carrier. The tasks bacteria conduct depend on the concentration they sense of self bacteria versus generic […]
|September 18, 2013||Posted by News under Genomics, Intelligent Design, News|
We really do need to look at all the data, as long as it is publicly accessible, and doesn’t just disappear into the vacuum of a science bureaucracy whose job is to minimize and hide problems or repackage them as solutions.
|September 16, 2013||Posted by News under Genomics, Intelligent Design, News|
It also shows that previous methods of classification of fish are probably all wrong, but we won’t be hearing that just yet. If at all.
|September 9, 2013||Posted by DLH under Biomimicry, Complex Specified Information, Design inference, Functionally Specified Complex Information & Organization, Genomics, Intelligent Design|
How do we distinguish systems formed by natural laws, from stochastic processes, and from systems designed by intelligent agents? See Demski’s Explanatory Filter at ARN and at the IDEA Center. Now at Harvard’s Molecular Systems Lab, Peng Yin is currently focused on engineering programmable molecular systems that are inspired by biology, such as the information-directed, self-assembly […]
|September 6, 2013||Posted by News under Genomics, News|
Shapiro: This conceptual change to active cell inscriptions controlling RW genome functions has profound implications for all areas of the life sciences.
|September 1, 2013||Posted by News under 'Junk DNA', Genomics, News, Video|
Official non-mobile chyron from the Darwin lobby: What you are seeing above is a random, undesigned, and undirected process. It only LOOKS otherwise.
|August 20, 2013||Posted by scordova under Genetics, Genomics, Intelligent Design, News|
Jeff Tomkins was a faculty member of Clemson, was reviewer of mainstream biology journals, and ran Clemson’s Genomics Institute. Like biologist Robert Carter, he’s given up a promising career in secular academia and research to devote himself to resisting the falsehoods in evolutionary biology. I wrote about his presentation at ICC 2013: Geneticist Jeff Tomkins […]
|August 1, 2013||Posted by News under Epigenetics, Genomics, News|
“Until now, researchers have been focusing on the effects of disease-associated genomic variants on DNA-to-RNA transcription, instead of the challenging question of effects on RNA-to-protein translation,” says Dr. Polychronakos.
|August 1, 2013||Posted by News under Genomics, News|
It’s convenient that discussing these problems is “religion”—unless researchers suggest that space aliens dunit. Maybe they’ll have to do that in order to enable a discussion.
|July 18, 2013||Posted by News under Genomics, Intelligent Design, News, speciation|
No one would have thought of Darwinian evolution as an explanation for these findings if it were not imposed by tenured Darwin profs and “education” lobbyists.
|June 12, 2013||Posted by DonaldM under Evolution, Evolutionary biology, Genomics, Human evolution, Humor, Intelligent Design, Just For Fun|
A visual artist and a Ph.D. in computational genomics have gotten together to predict what we mere human mortals will look like in, say, 100,000 years. Given the prediction, I for one am glad I won’t be around to see it actually happen. The current design appeals to me much more. But maybe others will […]
|May 20, 2013||Posted by News under Evolution, Genomics|
Keep this story in mind when a coworker splinters the table insisting that Darwinian evolution is supported by “mountains of evidence,” or, better yet, “mountains and mountains of evidence,”or even just plain “fact! fact! FACT!”
|February 22, 2013||Posted by andyjones under 'Junk DNA', Darwinism, Genomics|
There is no better title for this post than the very title some Darwinists chose for themselves: On the immortality of television sets: “function” in the human genome according to the evolution-free gospel of ENCODE Darwinists are still struggling to come to terms with the idea, from the ENCODE project, that 80% of the genome […]
|February 19, 2013||Posted by DLH under Complex Specified Information, Design inference, Evolutionary biology, Genetics, Genomics, Human evolution, Intelligent Design|
Geneticist Gerald R. Crabtree reviews evidence showing genomic mutations are degrading the 2000 to 5000 genes needed for our intellectual and emotional function: New developments in genetics, anthropology, and neurobiology predict that a very large number of genes underlie our intellectual and emotional abilities, making these abilities genetically surprisingly fragile. . . .