Evolutionists frequently cite the genetic code’s universality as proof of evolution from a common ancestor.
Can genetic engineers—by building a bacterium that speaks an unearthly tongue—reenact ancient evolution in the laboratory?
Are resurrected proteins the death knell of irreducible complexity?
Conferences worldwide are celebrating a landmark in 20th century science—the 50th anniversary of Watson and Crick’s discovery of DNA’s structure.
Like any other computer software, the DNA helix is packed with information, a complete set of instructions for the complex working of the cell.