Diatoms Defy the Evolutionary Endosymbiosis Theory
June 29, 2020
Here's why endosymbiosis cannot explain diatoms – or anything else.
Flip Flops in Plant Ancestry
March 13, 2020
Are green algae the ancestors of all land plants? Do paleontologists even know that these fossils are green algae?
Bad News for Plant Origins
February 10, 2020
To find an ancestor for plant photosynthesis in red algae, evolutionists have to imagine a series of spectacularly improbable events.
Photosynthesis: Darwin’s Great Mystery Is Still a Mystery
May 2, 2019
Dr Jerry Bergman explains why the origin of photosynthesis remains a profound problem for evolution.
Year-End Biomimetics Parade
December 31, 2016
What better way to end the year than a celebration of biomimetics, where fun and useful science never ends thanks to nature's inspiring designs?
Fossil DNA Stuns Geologists
August 4, 2016
None of them would have believed DNA could survive over a million years. They have no explanation for its preservation.
How Well Do Evolutionists Understand Endosymbiosis?
February 16, 2016
The theory that early cells engulfed microbes that became mitochondria is often presented overconfidently.
Cell Biologists Use Machine Language
October 23, 2014
This is a golden age of discovery about molecular machines, but the metaphor may be moving from machinery to information processing.
Happy New Biomimetics Year
January 4, 2013
The variety of design applications coming from the imitation of natural solutions continues to be astonishing.
Mighty Mitochondria Conduct Energy Exquisitely
October 7, 2011
None of us could live without mitochondria. These are the power centers ubiquitous in eukaryotic cells. They contain molecular machines in factories whose jobs are to generate and conduct electrical currents. The currents run turbines that packetize the energy in molecules of ATP, which are then used by most processes in the cell. New discoveries continue to fascinate scientists with how mitochondria work. Some scientists use their energy to find ways Darwinian evolution could build the machinery of life.