Author: Paul Nelson
Dangerous Skating: Kauffman, Jaeger, and Roli on the Need for a New Teleology
Openly breaking with naturalism can get one dispatched to the gulag of intelligent design. For most scholars, that is a one-way trip to academic Siberia.
Avi Loeb Bumps Up Against Methodological Naturalism
Jonah Goldberg talked with Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb about “Oumuamua, Alien Life & Fighting the Mainstream Science Community.”
More Jobs for “Junk” DNA (Cont.)
If “junk” DNA goes toxic, does that suggest it had an original normal function? See the conclusion of this new paper.
More Jobs for “Junk” DNA
It turns out the mouse endogenous retrovirus L (MERVL) is essential for embryogenesis, according to a recently published article.
Mapping the Pleiotropic Network of Human Cells
Genes and proteins are remarkably similar to natural-language words in a polyfunctional respect.