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Differences in Human and Neanderthal Brains Explain Human Exceptionalism

When I was a little kid, my mom went through an Agatha Christie phase. She was a huge fan of the murder mystery writer and she read all of… read more
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Yeast Gene Editing Study Raises Questions about the Evolutionary Origin of Human Chromosome 2

As a biochemist and a skeptic of the evolutionary paradigm, people often ask me two interrelated questions: … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

The Endosymbiont Hypothesis: Things Aren’t What They Seem to Be

Sometimes, things just aren’t what they seem to be. For example, when it comes to the world of biology: … read more
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The Multiplexed Design of Neurons

In 1910, Major General George Owen Squier developed a technique to increase the efficiency of data transmission along telephone lines that is still… read more
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Design Principles Explain Neuron Anatomy

It’s one of the classic episodes of I Love Lucy. Originally aired on September 15, 1952, the episode entitled “Job Switching” finds… read more
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Evolution’s Flawed Approach to Science

One of the things I find most troubling about the evolutionary paradigm is the view it fosters about the nature of biological systems—including… read more
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“Silenced” B Cells Loudly Proclaim the Case for a Creator

When I was an undergraduate student studying chemistry and biology, I hated the course work I did in immunology. The immune system is fascinating, to… read more
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Do Plastic-Eating Bacteria Dump the Case for Creation?

At the risk of stating the obvious: Plastics are an indispensable part of our modern world. Yet, plastic materials cause untold problems for the… read more
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Sophisticated Cave Art Evinces the Image of God

It’s a new trend in art. Museums and galleries all over the world are exploring the use of sounds, smells, and lighting to enhance the… read more
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A Genetically Engineered Case for a Creator

Since the 1960’s, the drug noscapine has been used in many parts of the world as a non-narcotic cough-suppressant. Recently, biomedical… read more
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Did Neanderthals Produce Cave Paintings?

One time when our kids were little, my wife and I discovered that someone had drawn a picture on one of the walls in our house. Though all of our… read more
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Why Are Whales So Big? In Wisdom God Made Them That Way

When I was in high school, I had the well-deserved reputation of being a wise guy—though the people who knew me then might have preferred to… read more
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Mitochondria’s Deviant Genetic Code: Evolution or Creation?

Before joining Reasons to Believe, I worked for nearly a decade in research and development (R&D) for a Fortune 500 company. During my tenure, on… read more
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Did Neanderthals Have the Brains to Make Art?

Are you a left-brain or a right-brain person? … read more
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Are Perforated Shells Evidence for Neanderthal Symbolism?

When my kids were little, there was a good chance my wife and I would spend our Saturday afternoons hanging out at Chuck E. Cheese’s, while our… read more
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Believing Impossible Things: Convergent Origins of Functional Junk DNA Sequences

Share to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to PinterestShare to Google+Share to More … read more
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Protein Amino Acids Form a “Just-Right” Set of Biological Building Blocks

Like most kids, I had a set of Lego building blocks. But, growing up in the 1960s, the Lego sets were nothing like the ones today. I am amazed at how… read more
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Love Is in the Air and It Smells Like Intelligent Design

Being the hopeless romantic, I worked hard last year to come up with just the right thing to say to my wife on Valentine’s Day. I decided to… read more
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Rabbit Burrowing Churns Claims about Neanderthal Burials

As a kid, watching cartoons was one of the highlights of my afternoons. As soon as I arrived home from school, I would plop down in front of the TV.… read more
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Is the Laminin “Cross” Evidence for a Creator?

As I interact with people on social media and travel around the country to speak on the biochemical evidence for a Creator, I am frequently asked to… read more
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