Molecular Machine Paper Ignores Evolution
February 14, 2019
Another paper shows that evolutionary storytelling is neither necessary or useful when investigating molecular machines.
Ode to the Amazing Atom
January 7, 2019
Space pioneer Henry Richter (PhD Chemistry, Caltech), explores the designed intricacies of the building blocks of the universe.
May the Weak Force Be With You
November 25, 2018
We couldn't live without the weak force, the least understood and underappreciated natural force.
Can Radioactive Decay Constants Vary?
November 28, 2016
Three physicists claim to see cyclical variations in beta decay rates of two elements correlated with solar neutrino flux.
December 14, 2015
Here's what's hot in the trendy science of making things the way nature does it.
Science Will Never Know Some Things
December 12, 2015
Working against scientists' ambitions are hurdles of reality.
Microbes Are Wired for Communication
October 23, 2015
New findings show surprising communication systems between bacteria, including power grids with tiny electrical cables.
Quantum and Classical Realities: Reconciled at Last?
June 22, 2015
Some physicists think they've explained how quantum effects vanish at macro scales; others say it doesn't change quantum mechanical paradoxes.
Dino Soft Tissue Confirms Creationist Prediction
June 10, 2015
Gleanings from the original paper show discoverers excited but surprised. Creationists are excited and gratified.
Left-Handed Life: Is the Chirality Problem Near Solution?
October 2, 2014
Cells use only left-handed amino acids and right-handed sugars. A new hypothesis involving the weak nuclear force tries to address this asymmetry.
Cell's Molecular Machines Arouse Fascination
August 9, 2014
With increasing image quality at their disposal, biologists are finding amazing molecular machines at work in living cells.
Light Speed Implications Are Staggering
June 27, 2014
A new paper revises the speed of light. This could change everything in the universe.
Antimatter Conundrum Remains After Precision Test
June 5, 2014
Why isn't the universe half ordinary matter and half antimatter? Both should have emerged from a big bang.
"Very Unreal and Fantastic": Electric Cables Created by Bacteria
November 10, 2012
Researchers discovered bacteria at the ocean floor that conduct electrons at distances more than a centimeter through elaborate cables.