During my senior year in high school, I was the proud winner of the Periodic Table Competition at the West … Continue reading A Periodic Table for Protein Structures Reveals Biochemical Design
Skeptics often point to so-called bad designs in biochemical systems, such as pseudoenzymes, as a reason to reject intelligent design. … Continue reading Pseudoenzymes Make Real Case for Intelligent Design
New work by researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology impacts one of the more popular arguments used to support … Continue reading Too Good to Be True: Evolution and the Origin of Bioinformation
The more that we learn about biochemical systems, the more convinced I am that they are the Creator’s handiwork. A … Continue reading TNRTB Classic: Protein Life Times
Biochemists have long puzzled over the 20 amino acids used to build proteins. Why these specific amino acids? Over the … Continue reading Why These 20 Amino Acids?
In my book The Cell’s Design, I illustrate how optimization indicates intelligent design. That is, when humans create objects and/or … Continue reading TNRTB Classic: Optimizing the Genetic Code
A recent study by scientists from Belgium and Spain exemplifies the unremitting stream of apologetically significant research in biochemistry. It … Continue reading Protein Life Times: Just-Right Evidence for Design
“What I cannot create, I do not understand.” Richard Feynman Nobody likes getting the flu. In fact, the influenza virus … Continue reading Viral-Binding Protein Design Makes the Case for Intelligent Design Sick! (as in cool)