Archive: Tiny RNAs Discovered (2001)
October 28, 2023
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.
Darwinism Friday Follies
January 6, 2023
Here's another collection of groaners by Darwinians worshiping King Charley.
What Are Introns For?
December 15, 2022
The origin of introns is a mystery to evolutionists. They apply magic, calling it an "evolutionary burst."
Junk DNA Goes the Way of the Vestigial Organs Myth
November 11, 2021
Yet another study finds that “Junk DNA” has a critical role in mammals.
Junk DNA Concept Is Mostly Dead
October 20, 2021
Has the term “junk DNA” finally been buried for good? It's been decreasing, from 98.5 % originally to close to 0 percent now.
More Evidence Refutes Myth of Junk DNA
January 18, 2021
The myth of junk DNA is not totally dead yet, but it's getting there.
Celebrate ENCODE III and the demise of ‘Junk DNA’
November 5, 2020
An international genome survey finds that vast quantities of non-coding DNA are transcribed and probably functional, not 'junk' as evolutionists had thought.
Vestigial “Pseudogenes” Reconsidered
March 5, 2020
So-called "pseudogenes" are not so pseudo after all. Another Darwinian false lead delayed research for decades.
Genomics Shows Evolutionary Theory Is Baseless
September 25, 2019
New study reveals that evolution does not have a weak foundation: it has NO foundation.
Autism: Another Example of Evolution Misleading Science with Tragic Results
June 6, 2019
Darwinians taught for decades that noncoding DNA consisted of evolutionary leftovers, but science is finding more and more functions in it.
Claim of New Antifreeze Gene by Natural Selection Melts Under Analysis
February 25, 2019
A biochemist examines imaginative claims about natural selection creating a new gene.
Famous Geneticist Tells NIH that Humans Are Going Extinct
November 16, 2018
The facts of genetics make it clear even to evolutionists: “We are dying” and “More death by selection will not work."
Some ‘Junk DNA’ May Act as Computer Memory *
January 30, 2018
Growing evidence supports the hypothesis that certain non-coding 'retrotransposons' may function as computational memory for genes. *[Audio version included]
Pinpoint Navigation and Propulsion in a Seemingly Random Soup
August 3, 2017
Non-coding sequences of DNA, sometimes considered genetic junk, may actually function to help navigate proteins to their target genes.
Darwin, Design, and the Art of Being Shocked
May 5, 2017
Dr. Thomas Woodward of the C.S. Lewis Society introduces a new release of his book, "Doubts About Darwin," a history of the intelligent design movement.