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Archive: Molecular Rheostats Control Expression of Genes

This entry from 21 years ago illustrates the tension between evident design and evolutionary assumptions.

Engineers Follow Inspiring Creatures

From tiny to mighty, living cells, animals and plants inspire human technology.

Archive: How Do Plants Know When to Bloom?

From 20 years ago, this entry still raises awe about springtime flowering processes.

James Tour Lab Hammers Cancer

James Tour's lab at Rice has found a way to hammer cancer cells to smithereens with light.

Enceladus Has Cyanide; Evolutionists Imagine Life

Evolutionary hype over potential life at Saturn's tiny moon goes into overdrive with discovery of poison.

How DNA Is Packaged in Sperm Cells

No Evidence Exists for Sperm Evolution: More Complex than Assume Just a Few Months ago

More Details on Sperm Design Published

Yet more experimental research documents intelligent design of sperm cells.

Intricate Design Found in Sperm Cells

Research is proving that a supposed simple cell is far more complex than once thought

Christian Chemist Trounces 10 Leading OoL Researchers

Dr James Tour's easy challenge to origin-of-life leads is a total victory against chemical evolution.

Deep Time Leads to Absurd Conclusion

The circularity of assuming Darwinism and deep time slams headlong against logic.

Savory Stories About Salt

What do these articles have in common? Sodium chloride, a common substance with wide application.

Archive: Tiny RNAs Discovered (2001)

The discovery of micro-RNAs, announced 22 years ago, launched a huge new effort into epigenetics: cataloging and understanding the many parts of the cell that regulate genes.

Archive Classic: 2003 News on Cells

Here are two CEH articles from 20 years ago—worth reading—that were lost during the website upgrade.

Maxwell Demon Secret: Intelligent Design

An instance has been found of James Clerk Maxwell's speculation about overcoming entropy.

Genetics of Skin Color Defies Evolution

Skin color: We used to believe it was produced by 3 genes; the number is now 135.
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