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Over the weekend several news outlets were declaring somewhat definitively that scientists at the J. Craig Venter Institute have created “artificial life.”
It became apparent through our discussions that we needed to have a meeting of creation microbiologists.
Dr. Georgiai Purdom reports on her experieces at the BSG conferences.
Only 10% of bacteria are “bad” or pathogenic (disease-causing) while the other 90% are “good,” non-pathogenic, and necessary components for human life.
Scientists have reported observing the evolution of Escherichia coli bacteria in a matter of days. What did they really see?
The news has been buzzing lately about two recent papers that are reporting the sequencing of up to one million bases of the Neanderthal genome.
The Intelligent Design (ID) movement has gained increasing recognition and publicity over the last several years at both local and national levels.
Many scientists are desperate to find evidence to support their theory or to make the current evidence fit their theory rather than admitting their theory is wrong.
A ScienceDaily article reported that research published in a recent PNAS article gives new evidence as to how manatees may have lost their hindlimbs.
For many years a dogma within evolutionary biology has been that as organisms evolved from mouse to chimp to human their brain size increased (even relative to body weight). Is this valid?
An article in the July 24, 2006 Washington Post refers to a March 2006 PLoS Biology article that suggests that humans are currently undergoing evolution.
An article published in Nature indicates previous studies may have underestimated the size of the minimal bacterial genome by as much as 50%. Yet, evolutionary significance seems to be lacking.
Scientists have supposedly forced the evolution of an adeno-associated virus (AAV) commonly used in gene therapy. However, a belief in evolution/millions of years is not needed to initiate this resear
In the current controversies about teaching about the origin of life in public schools, there is a general misunderstanding of the differences between “origin science” and “operation science."
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