Cellular Biology as Evidence for God.
Cell biology fascinates me. Understanding this aspect of life leads one to conclude on many other aspects of life. This includes purpose, plan, and providence of the human race. One of the very first lessons in biology is the ‘cell theory.’ It states that all living things are composed of a functional unit of life […]Read the rest
Evolutionary problems with orphan genes.
With the discovery that DNA possesses duplicate strands hiding a coded message, many thought that the mechanism of biological evolution would be proven through the inheritance of this molecule from generation to generation. We are still waiting for a genuine mechanism for evolution to be discovered so that the theory makes sense. Seventy years later, the massive […]Read the rest
Water, water everywhere! Even in the depths of the Earth.
There are many indications that the universe has not always existed. It is not eternal. It was once thought to be so by ancient Greek philosophers and early 20th Century scientists. Matter, space and time were once considered eternal elements of the cosmos but mid-20th Century science has dispelled this myth. The entire cosmos had […]Read the rest
Fossilized bees were finicky pollen collectors.
We could title this post, “Fossilized bees discovered to be, fossilized bees”. Let me explain. Here is another “amazing story about evolution. A story about how honeybees collected pollen and stored it in their honeypots (sacs on their legs) but appear to have eaten almost any nectar for their own food. The bees were called […]Read the rest
Why mice have longer sperm than elephants!
Here is another story sure to be a classic in Darwin’s Book of Fairy Tales. In Science Daily, the title above leads the reader to think that something factual has been discovered: an answer to some mystery. The headline reads this way: In the animal world, if several males mate with the same female, their […]Read the rest
The Mastadon and Pumpkin Pie Connection
I have read some strange evolutionary fairy tales and many of them are hilarious. Here are a few I recall: humans evolved a big brain because we ate more meat. Grandmothers exist because it benefits the younger female to have more children. Humans are hairless because it reduces parasitism. Humans walk upright to carry food. […]Read the rest
Here’s a Fishy Story!
A new study(1) says that the enamel that coats your teeth first “evolved” in the skin. Later, it “colonized” the teeth to give us, well, teeth. Evidence? Fish. Yes, fish! How so? Seems some fish produce an enamel-like substance that coats their scales. Looking at the genome of some modern fish like the North American […]Read the rest
Cellular Ribosomes: The Origin of Life?
A recent paper in the Journal of Theoretical Biology[i] boasts a solution to the “Many steps in the evolution in cellular life.” The authors suggest that the ribosome, a cellular machine of tremendous complexity and specificity, may be an important link between cellular metabolism for life and the first living cell (or “last universal common […]Read the rest
“LIFE NOT AS WE KNOW IT?”
Living things on the earth share so many traits it is hard to imagine how life could be differently assembled using molecules unlike DNA, proteins, and lipid membranes. In fact, the known elements particularly those that are used in biochemistry limit the reactivity and functionality of molecular structures to the elements we know are used […]Read the rest
Proof of evolution?
In this article, we look at five examples which are given to support the Theory of Evolution. Mr. Peacock will present his evidence. Dr. Moran will critically examine these proofs (beliefs). The universal genetic code. All cells on Earth, from our white blood cells to simple bacteria, to cells in the leaves of trees, are […]Read the rest