I've been doing a ton of research into plants recently, specifically into plant polyploidy. What I have been learning may result in me editing my previous lengthy discussion of polyploidy. For the moment, I've left it unedited, but do not be surprised if an editors note appears at the top of that article at some … Continue reading Created Plant Reproduction
Category: Creation Model
A recent article published by a news outlet linked to the intelligent design think tank Discovery Institute caught my eye. The article was lengthy, debunking the claims of an evolutionary paper, but parts of it left me wondering if parts of the ID movement are slowly moving in the direction of aspects of creation science. … Continue reading I.D. Catching up with Creation
Natural selection is a concept that has been around since at least the early 1800s when creationist Edward Blyth proposed a form of the idea. Blyth observed what he called “acquired variations” which, to his mind were “gradually brought about by the operation of known causes.” Blyth first published this in 1835, nearly twenty-five years … Continue reading RESEARCH ARTICLE: Power of Natural Selection
A recent paper in PLOS One raised a very interesting question. The authors asked the question, "What is a mutation?". The article specifically focused on mutations in bacteria, but the implications are massive for the origins argument. This article is going to break down exactly what these authors found and see what the implications are … Continue reading Directed Genomic Alteration?