Application of ID: Leveraging Design Triangulation to Anticipate Biological Redundancy

Bacillus, Bacillus subtilis, beauty, biological redundancy, biological systems, biology, catalytic converters, cellular cost, design triangulation, duplicate genes, E. coli, elegance, Elizabeth Mueller, environment variability, enzymes, Evolution, fine-tuning, fitness, function, gene expression, genetic information, Intelligent Design, keyless entry systems, laboratory conditions, maintenance, Neo-Darwinism, optimality, periplasmic enzymes, precision, proteins, responsive backup circuits, robustness, speakers, sporulation, Stanford University, storage, transmission
In previous posts, I’ve covered how neo-Darwinism can make biological redundancy more confusing than it should be. Source
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Credulity Is the Soil for Darwin’s Tree

acetyl coenzyme-A, amino acids, aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases, anaerobic bacteria, Communications Biology, Darwin-skeptics, E. coli, enolase, enzymes, Evolution, Frontiers in Microbiology, FtsH, FtsY, glucogenesis, glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase, Heinrich Heine University, Joana C. Xavier, last bacterial common ancestor, Last Universal Common Ancestor, LBCA, LUCA, miracles, naturalism, phosphoglycerate kinase, Powerball, pyruvate kinase, ribozymes, spores, sporulation, transfer RNA, triosephosphate isomerase, William Martin
The secret is to restrict one’s explanations for life to unguided natural events. Once that decision has been made, everything else flows deductively from it. Source
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