The Darwinist needs to get out more.
“Daniel Nätt and Per Jensen at the forefront, demonstrate in their study that so-called epigenetic factors play a greater role than previously thought. “
“Strasser agrees Neanderthals were seafaring long before modern humans, in the Mediterranean at least. “
Next, we’ll be hearing that Chevy Volt drivers are either smarter or stupider than the public at large, based on “the best results of motivated neuroscience.”
“… natural selection requires replication. But as far as we’re aware, life cannot replicate until many parts are present. “
Doesn’t sound like an easy question to answer, but good for current Templeton grants.
Over at PhysOrg.com, a new summary discusses a paper on the newly published finding that different protein subunits of RNA polymerases exist side-by-side within the Arabidopsis thaliana’s genes, and that dependent on which protein sub-unit is used, the morphology of the organism changes. Here’s a quote: When you remove both proteins, the plants die as […]