Wetenschap
Does the brain represent the seat of our humanity? Is it okay to experiment with minibrains grown in the lab?
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Creation magazine talks with German astrophysicist, theologian and philosopher 'Stephan' who operates a mission to Muslims in many lands.
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Unexpected DiversityWhen the first cell of an animal—the zygote—divides, it usually has a front end, and a back end, and this orientation will influence how the embryo develops. This orientation is inherited from the egg, where certain gene products are deposited, often at the front end of the egg. These...
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Evolution Creates EvolutionAs I have discussed many times, a single, run-of-the-mill, protein is beyond evolutionary explanation. The fitness landscape in protein sequence space is typically rugged, with occasional spikes representing protein designs. The resources required to evolve even a relatively simple protein exceed what evolution has available by at least...
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As I have mentioned before, an “aglet” is that little plastic sheath at the end of a shoestring. And here at UD, our budget is so small we say we get by on an “aglet budget.” We would have to have a lot more money to say we are getting...
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Ever since the new atheists declined (or whatever), discussions of Darwinism and evolution have become much more open-minded. For example, researchers seem to talk more openly about work that points in a direction other than Darwinism. Perhaps they don’t worry so much about 20,000 semi-literate trolls writing their Dean of...
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