“I suppose it comes from looking at simplified drawings of protein structure, and forgetting about the detailed atomic interactions required.”
How does a neo-Darwinian process evolve an enzyme like this?
What Saunders seems to have missed is that Meyer is not talking about “evolutionary change” at all. He is talking about the origin of information in the very first living organism.
The talk is now available on YouTube but he is not going to watch.
“Denton finds validity in Stephen Meyer’s The Signature in the Cell, and in the proposition that intelligence was at work in the origin of life, and well before.” Shocka!
“They are made from scratch each time a cell needs to degrade one or more of its contents.”
“This site is extensively edited in both Antarctic and Arctic species, but mostly unedited in tropical species.”
These unexpected findings … stand as strong evidence against the common argument that prions are merely yeast “diseases” …
Unwanted cross-reactions are invariably ignored in these celebrated models.
Onlookers, Geno concludes for the moment with FAQ’s: ____________________ Geno: >> A Testable ID Hypothesis: Front-loading, part C In the last two articles on front-loading, I explained what the front-loading hypothesis is all about and some research questions we can ask from a front-loading perspective. This article will be an FAQ about the front-loading hypothesis. […]
“To me, the much more significant results of the new paper, although briefly mentioned, were not stressed as they deserved to be. “
Genomicus continues his presentation of the front-loading hypothesis: ___________ Geno: >>In my previous article on the subject of front-loading, I described the front-loading hypothesis and what it proposes. I outlined three testable predictions generated by the front-loading hypothesis. In this article, we’ll see how the front-loading hypothesis can lead us to numerous research questions, and […]
For some months now, I have been having a behind the scenes correspondence with a regular viewer of UD, whom we shall call EP. He works with industrial robots, and has been fascinated by the way the ribosome works as a nano-scale automated machine cell. Accordingly, a process sequence diagram (‘map”) has been developed, based […]
“Scientists in Japan say that the mould shows unlikely signs of intelligence.”
It’d be nice, but maybe not this year …