Tag: Origins

Cells from Scratch?

Cells from Scratch?

A recent article from Nature chronicled the efforts by scientists to create a self-replicating artificial cell.  While this is a very interesting project and carries potential medical implications, it also raises some significant ethical questions. Providing a balance between the ethical implications and the needs of research will likely be a delicate balance moving forward. … Continue reading Cells from Scratch?

Genetic Boundaries (Research Article)

Genetic Boundaries (Research Article)

This article will be a bit of a change of pace from what has been previously covered.  Up to now, the focus has been entirely on the created kind and the Linnaean species. However, in order to understand the deeper difference between a kind and a species, a surface knowledge of genetics and inheritance is … Continue reading Genetic Boundaries (Research Article)

A Very Angry Millennial

A Very Angry Millennial

Editors Note: Matt Walsh, who we have written about before in his attacks on a young earth, went after Ken Ham and Answers in Genesis in a very unsporting, angry, arguably arrogant live stream recently. Since we've discussed this before, we won't recover old ground, instead covering the harsh accusations Walsh hurled at Answers in … Continue reading A Very Angry Millennial