My husband, Mike, is devoted to order. He even has a standard way of tucking his shoelaces into his shoes … Continue reading Order vs. Chaos
While recording a recent episode of the I Didn’t Know That! podcast, my colleague Fuz Rana responded to a listener … Continue reading Becoming Human—Fast!
As a scientist and a female in a male-dominated profession, I tend to like science-fiction, action-adventure, and crime movies a … Continue reading FOXP2: A Gene to Remember
During the international coverage of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding, I heard a commentator describe the style of the … Continue reading Understated Elegance: The Uniqueness of Human Biology
I started this article series by retelling an evolutionist’s claim that the existence of Alu elements in the human genome … Continue reading “Junk” DNA: An Outdated Concept, Part 6 (of 6)
For the last four weeks, this article series has detailed the junk DNA argument against intelligent design and shown why … Continue reading “Junk” DNA: An Outdated Concept, Part 5 (of 6)
In this series, we’ve been discussing the use of so-called “junk” DNA—specifically Alu elements—as an argument for evolution. In part … Continue reading “Junk” DNA: An Outdated Concept, Part 4 (of 6)