There has been much ado recently about a study whose results have not even been published yet. This is rare. Usually the media does not report on a study until it is published and, even then, not all studies are picked up by the media. However, this study, and, more importantly, its implications, that have … Continue reading Human/Animal Chimeras
A frequent rallying cry of the homosexual community is that they cannot help it, they were born gay. Even among self-proclaimed Christians, this has been used to promote the idea that Christians can be gay. Because this is a major feature of popular culture, numerous scientific studies have been done to look for a so-called … Continue reading Gay Genes?
A recent study from the University of Buffalo has raised some very interesting points, as well as some ethical concerns The researchers were able to wirelessly control a gene in lab-grown tissue. The researchers speculated that this could be used to help cure cancer and some other diseases. While the editing itself is interesting, what … Continue reading Hacking Genes
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?