Vindicated But Not Cited: Paper in Nature Heredity Supports Michael Behe’s Devolution Hypothesis

adaptation, Andrew Murray, Current Biology, Darwin Devolves, Darwinian mechanism, devolution, Evolution, function, gene loss, genes, Intelligent Design, John Maynard Smith, loss-of-function mutations, Michael Behe, mutations, natural selection, Nature Heredity, phenotypes, The Quarterly Review of Biology
The literature is looking at the same data that intelligent design proponents are looking at, making similar observations, and asking similar questions. Source
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Reuben’s Story — A Light in Troubled Times

Atheism, biochemistry, biology, Center for Science & Culture, Darwin's Black Box, Darwinian evolution, Discovery Institute, Education and Outreach Initiative, encouragement, Foresight (book), Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity, Marcos Eberlin, methodological naturalism, Michael Behe, purpose, Summer Seminars, United Kingdom, YouTube videos
"Methodological naturalism is a very depressing thing to be told is the truth," says an 18-year-old correspondent. "Your work may have saved my life." Source
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“Compelling,” “Thorough”: Biochemist Russell Carlson on Behe’s Mousetrap

A Mousetrap for Darwin, biochemistry, biology, blogs, Complex Carbohydrate Research Center, critics, Darwin's Black Box, Darwinism, Discovery Institute Press, Evolution, Intelligent Design, journals, Michael Behe, natural selection, newspapers, random mutation, Russell W. Carlson, The Edge of Evolution, University of Georgia
"Over the years Behe has received a mountain of criticism, all of which has been answered by him in letters to the editors of journals, newspapers, and blogs." Source
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“Resolution Revolution”: Intelligent Design, Now at the Atomic Level

adaptive optics, angstroms, atoms, ATP synthase, bacterial flagellum, biological systems, Boston University, Chemistry, Cryo-EM microscopy, Daniel Hammer, diffraction limit, electron microscope, Food and Drug Administration, Intelligent Design, Jed Macosco, Jiulia He, John E. Walker, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Leonhard Möckl, Methods in Molecular Biology, Michael Behe, microglia, microscopy, mitochondria, molecular machines, Nature News and Views, Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, neuroscience, Nobel Prize, ophthalmology, optical coherence tomography, optical engineers, PNAS, Protein Science (journal), ribose operon, rotors, Sheng Xiao, Stanford University, W. E. Moerner
Breakthroughs in imaging are allowing scientists to see iconic molecular machines in unprecedented detail. This will be a great boon for design science. Source
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