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A New Blood Component Revealed

The human body gets more complex as research progresses. Concurrently, evolution appears more impossible.

How Mitochondria Protect Themselves from Mutations

Dr Ross Anderson explains the complexity and elegant function of the powerhouses of the cell.

Crossing Guard Found in Mitochondrial Membranes

This is no ordinary crossing guard. It also acts as a bouncer or cop when bad proteins try to clog up the channel.

Darwin Report Card, continued: How Useful Is Evolutionary Theory?

Darwinism is useful in one demonstrable way: it keeps thousands of biologists employed in the business of evidence-free speculation.

How Well Do Evolutionists Understand Endosymbiosis?

The theory that early cells engulfed microbes that became mitochondria is often presented overconfidently.

Cell Biologists Use Machine Language

This is a golden age of discovery about molecular machines, but the metaphor may be moving from machinery to information processing.

How Explanatory Is Evolutionary Theory?

Darwinians make big boasts about their theory as the central organizing principle in biology, but what does it actually explain?

Marvelous Machines That Keep You Running

Here are just a few of the recent reports describing the intricate biological machines on which life depends.

You've Got Quality Control

What could identify intelligent design more than the discovery of "quality control"? Your cells employ QC every day.

Mighty Mitochondria Conduct Energy Exquisitely

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.
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