Natural Machinery Operates Without Intervention; But How?

Abe Weintraub, chloroplasts, Current Biology, David Wolpert, Evolution, Francis Bacon, Heidelberg University, heterochromatin, information flow, Intelligent Design, Isaac Newton, Jay Richards, jumping genes, Junk DNA, kinesin, Life Sciences, mechanical philosophy, Nobel Prize, nuclear membrane, open reading frame, Penn State News, Prime Mover, proteins, Ribosome, Robert Boyle, robotics, Rockefeller University, Salk Institute, Santa Fe Institute, Steinway pianos, University of Southern California, Vanderbilt University, Willaim Dembski, William Paley
We’re going to need a new philosophy: one that can handle realities the Elizabethans and Victorians could never have imagined. Source
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Cell Cannibalism Shows Intelligent Design

Alzheimer’s disease, amyloid proteins, biochemists, biology, blood cells, brain, caspases, cell's, enzyme, Foresight (book), Intelligent Design, irreducibly complex systems, Jonas Salk, Jun Suzuki, Kyoto University, lipid, lipid flag, Marcos Eberlin, Masahiro Maruoka, microglia, Molecular Cell, phagocytes, phospholipid, Salk Institute, scramblases, Xkr4, XRCC4, “Eat Me!” signal
“Eat me!” cries a cell to other cells. But biochemists know it is for the greater good. Source
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