James Tour Focused on Science, Dave Farina on Character Assassination: So, Who Wins?

Alexander Vilenkin, atheists, Avi Loeb, biology, character assassination, Charles Lineweaver, Chemistry, Christoph Adami, Darwin-skeptics, Dave Farina, David Berlinski, Denis Noble, Discovery Institute, enzymes, Evolution, genetic fallacy, Ian Tattersall, Inference (journal), James Shapiro, James Tour, Jean-Pierre Luminet, Jeremy England, Lawrence Krauss, Lee Cronin, Life Sciences, Martin Rees, Noam Chomsky, polymers, polynucleotides, polypeptides, Professor Dave, Professor Dave Explains, proteins, Richard Dawkins, RNA, specified information, The Workhorse of the Cell
Professor Dave’s attacks undercut his credibility as a spokesman for his own view. If he had the truth on his side, there’s no reason he would behave this way. Source
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The Darwin Wall Still Stands; but for How Long?

Andreas Diepold, bacterial flagellum, Bailey Milne-Davies, Berlin Wall, biology, Casey Luskin, Chevy, convergent evolution, Darwin Wall, East Germany, Evolution, Gram-negative bacteria, Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity, Itzhak Fishov, journals, magic wand, mainstream media, Michael Behe, Molecular Microbiology, national parks, natural history museums, Nature Communications, Porsche, proteins, schools, Sharanya Namboodiri, sound-proof room, state universities, Stephan Wimmi, type III secretion system, Vibrio parahaemolyticus
The tyranny of Darwinism in academia does not yet allow for open exchange of ideas and debate over origins. Source
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An Engineering Marvel: Uncovering the Mechanism of Respiratory Complex I

amphipathic helix, antiporter, ATP synthase, biochemists, biology, carboxylates, crystal structure, design triangulation, electricity, electron transfer, electron transport chain, Engineering, Evolution, evolutionary theory, generators, homology, Hoover Dam, hydrophobic, Institute of Science and Technology, Intelligent Design, laptop, Leonid Sazanov, lysine residues, membrane domain, membrane lipids, molecular machines, Nanoscale, Paul Nelson, power adapter, proteins, proton pumps, quinone, Research, Respiratory Complex I, structural biologists, water, water wires
Complex I is involved in the electron transport chain, which is part of the biochemical process by which we create ATP, the energy molecule of life. Source
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Long Story Short: The Origin of Replication and the Information Sequence Problem

biochemical language, Chemistry, Discovering Intelligent Design, Evolution, information, information sequence problem, intelligence, Intelligent Design, Jack Szostak, Long Story Short, machines, molecular machines, Nobel Prize, origin of information, origin of life, programming code, proteins, replication, RNA, RNA world, Scientific American, self-replicating molecule, specified information, Stanley Miller, transcription, translation, UC San Diego
As an undergraduate at UC San Diego, I attended a seminar taught by Stanley Miller, the famous chemist who put origin-of-life research on the map. Source
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The Elephant in the Science Lab

Albert Einstein, ammonia, biochemistry, biology, Carl Woese, Chemistry, DNA, electrical charge, Evolution, H2O, hydrogen, inorganic chemistry, Intelligent Design, Isaac Newton, lipids, macromolecules, model, molecular biology, molecules, oxygen, physics, proteins, purpose, RNA, science, science of purpose, Senses, Tinkertoys, water
I have been seeking to describe the science of purpose. Now it is worth getting down to the basics of what science actually is and how it works. Source
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Merry Christmas! #8 Story of 2022: “Non-Random” Mutations

Arabidopsis thaliana, biology, cabbage, Darwin-skeptics, DNA, Evolution, gene-coding, genome, Intelligent Design, Journal of Theoretical Biology, Life Sciences, mustard, mutation, mutation rate, Nature (journal), non-random mutation, proteins, random mutations, Research, thale cress, waiting-time problem
The study was able to directly measure mutations after they occurred in the plant but before mutations could have been affected by natural selection. Source
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Darwinist Turns Math Cop: Track 1 and Track 2

anti-evolutionism, Darwinian processes, Darwinism, Evolution, evolutionary pathways, formalism, Guide to Reading Jason Rosenhouse (series), improbability, Intelligent Design, Jason Rosenhouse, mathematicians, mathematics, origin of life, presuppositions, probability, protein space, proteins, sophistry, statistics
Jason Rosenhouse insists that intelligent design proponents obey his rules, but happily flouts them himself. Source
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