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ATP Transport Challenges the Evolutionary Origin of Mitochondria

In high school, I spent most Sunday mornings with my family gathered around the TV watching weekly reruns of the old Abbott and Costello movies. … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Does Information Come from a Mind?

Imagine you’re flying over the desert, and you notice a pile of rocks down below. Most likely, you would think little of it. But suppose the… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

New Insights into Endothermy Heat Up the Case for a Creator

I feel cold all the time. … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Is SETI an Intelligent Design Research Program?

When I was a little kid, my father was chair of the physics department at West Virginia Institute of Technology (WVIT). We lived in faculty housing… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Does Old-Earth Creationism Make God Deceptive?

“Are [vestigial structures] unequivocal evidence of evolution? … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Membrane Biochemistry Challenges Route to Evolutionary Origin of Complex Cells

If you find yourself in need of directions when traveling through New England and you ask a local for help, he or she just might reply, “You… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Ancient Mouse Fur Discovery with Mighty Implications

“What a mouse! . . . WHAT A MOUSE!” … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Satellite DNA: Critical Constituent of Chromosomes

There is a lot that evolutionary biologists can learn about the purpose of junk DNA from my wife. … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Frog Choruses Sing Out a Song of Creation

My last name, Rana, is Sanskrit in origin, referring to someone who descends from the Thar Ghar aristocracy. Living in Southern California means I… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Why Would God Create a World with Parasites?

A being so powerful and so full of knowledge as a God who could create the universe, is to our finite minds omnipotent and omniscient, and it… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Biochemical Grammar Communicates the Case for Creation

As I get older, I find myself forgetting things—a lot. But, thanks to smartphone technology, I have learned how to manage my forgetfulness by… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Why Would God Create a World Where Animals Eat Their Offspring?

What a book a Devil’s chaplain might write on the clumsy, wasteful, blundering, low and horridly cruel works of nature! … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Competitive Endogenous RNA Hypothesis Supports the Case for Creation

When Francis Crick, codiscoverer of the DNA double helix, first conceived of molecular biology’s organizing principle in 1958, he dubbed it the… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Pseudogene Discovery Pains Evolutionary Paradigm

It was one of the most painful experiences I ever had. A few years ago, I had two back-to-back bouts of kidney stones. I remember it as if it were… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Why Mitochondria Make My List of Best Biological Designs

A few days ago, I ran across a BuzzFeed list that catalogs 24 of the most poorly designed things in our time. Some of the items that stood out from… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Self-Assembly of Protein Machines: Evidence for Evolution or Creation?

I finally upgraded my iPhone a few weeks ago from a 5s to an 8 Plus. I had little choice. The battery on my cell phone would no longer hold a… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Does Transhumanism Refute Human Exceptionalism? A Response to Peter Clarke

I just finished binge-watching Altered Carbon. Based on the 2002 science fiction novel written by Richard K. Morgan, this Netflix original series is… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Timing of Neanderthals’ Disappearance Makes Art Claims Unlikely

In Latin it literally means, “somewhere else.” … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Origins of Monogamy Cause Evolutionary Paradigm Breakup

Gregg Allman fronted the Allman Brothers Band for over 40 years until his death in 2017 at the age of 69. Writer Mark Binelli described… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Biochemical Synonyms Restate the Case for a Creator

Sometimes I just can’t help myself. I know it’s clickbait but I click on the link anyway. … read more
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