Experiments on “Self-Replicating” RNA Indicate the Need for Intelligent Agency in Life’s Origin

enzymes, Evolution, experimental conditions, experiments, information, Intelligent Design, investigator interference, investigator intervention, nucleotide sequences, nucleotides, origin of life, polymerase, replication, ribozymes, RNA, RNA world, self-replication, temperature variations
Any evolving system of RNAs would quickly include almost exclusively RNAs that performed no biologically useful actions. Source
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New Article Purports to Help Explain the Origin of the Genetic Code

Alexandra Kühnlein, binary code, Dieter Braun, DNA, early Earth, error threshold, Evolution, genetic code, intelligent agency, Intelligent Design, investigator intervention, James Tour, nucleotides, NUPACK, origin of life, protein enzymes, proteins, RNA, RNA world, Simon Lanzmich
Without all of the described investigator interventions, a system of replicating RNAs could never emerge or even sustain itself. Source
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Charles Marshall: Origin of Life Could Have Happened “Millions of Times”

alkaline vent, Australia, Charles Marshall, chemical determinism, codons, Darwin on Trial, Darwin's Doubt, David Raup, Evolution, evolutionary theory, genetic code, Intelligent Design, Last Universal Common Ancestor, LUCA, Michael Yarus, Pajaro Dunes meeting, paleontologists, Phillip Johnson, protein translation, ribosomes, RNA world, Science (journal), Science at Cal, U.C. Berkeley, University of Chicago
Charles Marshall at U.C. Berkeley represents establishment opinion in current evolutionary theory, and for good reason. Source
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Evans et al. (2021): All Four Examples Debunked

animals, axial polarity, Cambrian Explosion, Cambrian News, circular reasoning, Darwin’s House of Cards, Dickinsonia, Ediacaran fossils, Ediacaran organisms, Ediacaran specialists, Eukaryonta, Evans et al. (2021), Evolution, evolutionary biology, Facebook, Gregory Retallack, Ikaria, La La Land, lichen, marine protozoans, Mary Droser, muscles, nervous system, paleontology, Precambrian House of Cards Series, Tom Bethell, Tree of Life, Tribrachidium, trilobozoans, University of Oregon
Evans et al. (2021) seem to have been well aware of the circular reasoning in their argument. Source
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What’s Wrong with Calling Intelligent Design “Anti-Evolution”?

Annual Review of Anthropology, anti-evolution, anti-science, Arkansas, common ancestor, creationism, dialogue, Eugenie Scott, Evolution, Intelligent Design, National Center for Science Education, natural selection, organisms, Paul Nelson, rhetoric, Stanley Weinberg, The American Biology Teacher
The term “anti-evolution” has been used for decades, over and over, by untold numbers of defenders of Darwin and critics of the theory of intelligent design. Source
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