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A Failed Attempt to Turn Darwin into Wilberforce

A Failed Attempt to Turn Darwin into Wilberforce

Photo: William Wilberforce, depicted in a statue at his birthplace in Hull, England; by Steve F-E-Cameron (Merlin-UK), CC BY-SA 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons. In a series of posts, I have been commenting on a book by Adrian Desmond and James Moore, Darwin’s Sacred...

A persistent influence of supernovae on biodiversity

A persistent influence of supernovae on biodiversity

The extraterrestrial processes responsible for influencing the diversity of life forms are usually invisible to the human eye. The Milky Way is where large stars explode, leading to supernova remnants whose shock fronts accelerate cosmic ray particles to high...

Gilson: How a Teacher Wrecked Biology for Me, and How I Got Past It

Gilson: How a Teacher Wrecked Biology for Me, and How I Got Past It

Photo credit: Eric E. Castro, via Flickr (cropped). On a new episode of ID the Future, Tom Gilson, a writer and editor for The Stream, shares his experiences in high school biology. Important mysteries (i.e., major problems) with evolutionary theory were hurried past...

Robert J. Marks on Fox News: You Are Not Going to Be AI’s “Pet”

Robert J. Marks on Fox News: You Are Not Going to Be AI’s “Pet”

Image source: Discovery Institute. Robert J. Marks, director of Discovery Institute’s Walter Bradley Center, was the subject of a new op-ed at Fox News, which featured his unique insights on artificial intelligence and how it can best be used by human beings. Contrary...

Engineering Language Enters Biology — The Case of the Endosome

Engineering Language Enters Biology — The Case of the Endosome

Photo credit: ThisisEngineering RAEng, via Unsplash. Design advocates can welcome research that mentions engineering and ignores Darwinism. Biological research papers have for some time now used the word “orchestrated” to describe complex processes in the cell....

Never ever read your email

Never ever read your email

I’m in trouble now. I was late reading some official email, and learned (was reminded) yesterday that I have to submit my annual report describing what I’ve been doing for the past year. The report is due on 20 March…oh. Yesterday. You’d think I’d learn. This has been...

Snapping at new biotech breakthroughs with Gator Pro

Snapping at new biotech breakthroughs with Gator Pro

In this interview, we speak to Subodh Nimkar, Marketing Director at Gator Bio, about their latest technology, Gator Pro which allows for fast, reliable, and high-quality data.  Please can you introduce yourself and tell us about your role at Gator Bio? I am Subodh...