The origin of life articles just keep on coming from the evolutionary scientific community. Usually, they take the form of attempting to explain the origin of the first cell, or the parts of the first cell. However, on occasion, they attempt to explain the origin of multicellular life. Recently, an article appeared in the literature … Continue reading Multicellular Evolution
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-z88rn-ac6bbb Host Emory Moynagh discusses "beneficial mutations" and explains why commonly cited examples fail.
The Multiverse is an idea that has been gaining some traction in recent years, among both scientists and non-scientists, as an explanation for the origin of the universe. This has led to some very strange talking points coming from otherwise incredibly intelligent individuals. This article will discuss the multiverse idea from a Biblical perspective, and … Continue reading Multiverse and Big Bang
As part of one of my recent podcasts, I discussed the origin of plant diversity. I wanted to come back to it here for a couple of reasons, primarily being the articles have a larger reach, but also the article format allows me to articulate ideas that are a bit harder to express in a … Continue reading Plant Diversity: Potential for Exploration