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Wonders of the Equipment in Your Head

...cells, in the motor cortex began to send out signals to cancel out the firing of neurons in the auditory cortex that make us aware of the sound. This process...

Stem Cells Back in the News with New Hopes and Discoveries

Scientists seem more wary about discussing embryonic stem cells than they used to be. This article never uses the term. It names them “hES” cells instead (human embryonic stem cells)...

The Frantic Determination of Some Scientists to Discover Life Elsewhere

...could organize the ingredients into cells? And what force could endow the cells with life? And could we expect undirected evolution to once again bring about anything on the level...

What Your Cells Do For You

...blood cells to seal off a wound quickly before reconstruction of the tissue begins. Scientists have found that a protein film forms rapidly over a wound as part of the...

OOL Cells Are DOA

...the Origins of Life (Astrobiology Magazine). Protein nanomachines are anything but simple. They were essential for the first living cells, but so was DNA. A cell could not survive without...

Living Things Show Cleverness in Many Ways

investigated how cells respond to cylindrical surfaces, which are common in biology. They found that cells change the static configurations of their shapes and internal structures. “We think of it...

Neutron Imaging Solves Mystery of Leeuwenhoek’s Microscopes

...the first to view bacteria, sperm cells and blood cells, discoveries that he published in the journal of the British Royal Society.” With his simple, yet extremely specialised microscope, Van...

NASA Promotes Natural Miracles

...cells. Can anyone think of a phrase for “beyond ‘beyond astronomical'”? That’s the challenge for those who insist on limiting their scientific explanations to chance and natural law. Our unlucky...

The Creator Thought of Everything

...the tiny hair cells in the inner ear. Chickens of both genders also have such hairs in their ears, and the team wondered why they weren’t damaged. To find out,...

Bacteria Rule the Earth

...well. Even without eyes, cells are aware. Their paper in Nature explains how “force loading” gives cells their spatial sense. The press release likens this to “seeing” people around you...

Well-Adapted Underwater Animals that Defy Evolution

...from jellyfish named Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) has “revolutionized biotechnology” by allowing scientists to track reactions of individual proteins in cells embedded with the gene. Berwald talks about the incredible...

Cells Teach Humans About Design

Biomimetics extends to the cellular level, where extraordinary processes show engineers the right way to do things. Locks and keys. We all know man-made locks on our doors, but cells...

AAAS Tries to Downplay Dinosaur Soft Tissue

...in. “They are in the right place to be red blood cells,” she recalls telling him. “But they can’t be red blood cells. We all know that.” Horner stared at...

Convergence Crams Uncooperative Fossils into Darwinism

...more often, fossils exhibit “mosaics” of traits from different branches, or from “stem” (early) or “crown” (mature) members of a single branch. It’s all very confusing to Mr. Darwin, so...

Leftist Takeover of Science Continues

...is your ‘science’? Embryonic stem cells. Once in awhile, an article in the science media will mention that embryonic stem cells are “controversial” (e.g., this article on Medical Xpress). But...
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