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Category: Cell Biology

  • Ebola ‘utterly mysterious’ to Darwinists

    Secular scientists who tell Americans that Ebola is not likely to become airborne are unwittingly basing their conclusion on the lack of evidence for Darwinian evolution, even though many of them are proponents of Darwinism, a leading scientist in the … Continue reading

  • Fossil Shows ‘Early Complex Multicellular Life’

    Tiny spheroidal fossils from a formation in South China provide insights into the early evolutionary history of complex multicellular life, according to scientists from Virginia Tech and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. While the exact identity and affinities of these … Continue reading

  • Do Plants Use a Form of Language to Communicate?

    A researcher working at Virginia Tech may have discovered a new form of “language” that allows plants to communicate with each other and share genetic information. The study, entitled Genomic-Scale Exchange of mRNA Between a Parasitic Plant and its Hosts, … Continue reading

  • Electrifying stem cell finding retracted

    A bombshell stem cell discovery by Boston and Japanese scientists was withdrawn Wednesday from the journal that published the work — amid allegations of fraud and a tide of incredulity from outside scientists. It is one of the highest-profile retractions … Continue reading

  • Bacteria Share Metabolism Through Nanowires

    Researchers at the University of Aarhus in Denmark noticed something odd when they examined seafloor sediment that had been left for a few weeks in glass tubes—foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide had been removed from the top centimeter of the mud. This … Continue reading

  • Genetic code optimisation: Part 1

    by Royal Truman and Peter Borger The genetic code as we find it in nature—the canonical code—has been shown to be highly optimal according to various criteria. It is commonly believed the genetic code was optimised during the course of an evolutionary … Continue reading

  • Nobel Prize Winner Fights Tyranny of Big Scientific Journals

    He’s on a campaign to bring power to the people. Randy Schekman, a co-winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his work in cell transport mechanisms, now has a powerful platform for speaking his mind.  In “How to break free … Continue reading

  • The bacterium that came in from the cold

    by Jonathan O’Brien Some animals live for 200 years or more, and there are trees which live much longer still.1,2 But here’s a story about an organism which, some scientists say, trumps them all. There have been several recent claims that scientists … Continue reading

  • Natural Evil: How Good Germs Can Go Bad

    By David Coppedge It doesn’t take much to turn a friendly bacterium into a killer. A Medical Xpress article, “From friend to foe: How benign bacteria evolve to virulent pathogens,” describes how quickly good germs can become dangerous to humans through interactions … Continue reading

  • Engineering Designs Found Throughout the Biosphere

    By David Coppedge News from biomimetics is coming in so fast, there’s only time for brief mentions in a growing list of living designs worth copying. From leaf to photocatalyst (PhysOrg): Engineers have “have used biologically inspired self-assembly to build … Continue reading

  • You Are Not a Comb Jelly

    By David Coppedge Reports that ctenophores are ancestors of all animals hide uncomfortable findings for evolution about the comb jelly’s genome. Comb jellies (sometimes called sea walnuts) are amazing animals of the sea, flashing like Christmas lights with their cilia-driven … Continue reading

  • Shark Origins: An Evolutionary Explanation

    by Frank Sherwin, M.A. During a recent visit to Florida’s Clearwater Marine Aquarium, I peered into a tank containing a host of animals, including a sleek and formidable shark, and thought of evolutionist Theodosius Dobzhansky’s dictum “Nothing in biology makes … Continue reading

  • Dinosaur Soft Tissue Preserved by Blood?

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. Researchers are now suggesting that iron embedded in blood proteins preserved the still-soft tissues, cells, and molecules discovered inside dinosaurs and other fossils after the creatures were buried in sediments. The ability to justify millions of … Continue reading

  • Efforts To Create Primitive Cell Proof Evolution Impossible

    By R. L. David Jolly For all of evolution to be, there had to have been the first cell.  This first cell had to have a membrane and internal components that include enough DNA to allow the cell to reproduce.  … Continue reading

  • God’s healing hand

    Professor Terry Hamblin (1943–2012) by Naomal Wijesinghe It is a wonderful thing when a scientist makes a breakthrough that brings betterment to others. It is more wonderful still when that scientist is an unashamed Christian who upholds the integrity and historicity … Continue reading

  • New Attempts to Disparage Maleness

    By David Coppedge Lab mice can produce offspring with just two genes from their Y chromosomes, but what does that mean for men? Every once in awhile, science commentators try to say that males are insignificant, because they don’t bear … Continue reading

  • Has The Flu Really Evolved To Avoid Our Immunity?

    By R. L. David Jolly For nearly thirty years, one of the key evidences used as proof of evolution being true is antibiotic resistance.  Evolutionists continually point to bacteria that evolve a resistance to an antibiotic as strong evidence for … Continue reading

  • Origin of life

    An explanation of what is needed for abiogenesis Introduction How did life begin? The origin of life is a vexing problem for those who insist that life arose through purely natural processes. The naturalistic origin of life is also known … Continue reading

  • Delicate Balance in DNA Production

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. Scientists recently ran experiments to determine what happens when excess nucleotides are present during DNA replication.1 In normally functioning living things, each newly formed cell receives all the freshly minted DNA it needs. But DNA copying (replication) … Continue reading

  • Surprising Things Science Didn’t Know

    By David Coppedge Scientists presume to speak with confidence about the origin of the universe and billions of years, but have been clueless about some everyday things close to home in the present. Mystery of the whistling teakettle:  PhysOrg reported that two … Continue reading

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