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Birds and Bats: How Bright is Evolution Light?

Media is beneficiant by claiming that new findings illuminate evolution. Some examples recommend that mild removing is under the visible spectrum. For birds...

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Remind Me Again Why did we choose a polar bear?

I do know that when we have been speaking about Michael Behe's Darwin Devolves e-book, we've been here many occasions, however I ask you to hold it...

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"Junk DNA" suffers from the "global function" of nature documents in Intron

Introns are segments of genes found in eukaryotes that do not encode proteins. Introns are eliminated from the pre-mRNA transcription with a protein...