DNA’s Fine-Tuned Structure Minimizes Harmful Tautomers

I thought I had found the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for Amy. We were dating at the time and I bought her a Gizmo stuffed animal. We had seen… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Key Difference in Developing Human and Neanderthal Brains

Good things take time. Or at least that is what the adage claims. … read more
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Bear Species Hybridization Shows God’s Providence

Adaptability—the capacity to manage change is an invaluable trait in today’s ever-changing work environment. Adaptable workers are… read more
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Does RNA Assembly on Glass Break Up the Case for a Creator?

One of my favorite places to visit in Southern California is the Venice Beach Boardwalk. On most days, this tourist hotspot is filled with all sorts… read more
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What If . . . ? Convergence Strengthens the Case for Creation?

I just finished viewing the Disney+ animated Marvel series What If . . . ? Though this series has received mixed reviews, I really liked it. … read more
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Critical Review: In Quest of the Historical Adam

When the first edition of Who Was Adam? was published in 2005, very few evangelicals and conservative Christians made any real attempt at integrating… read more
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Endogenous Retrovirus Expression Evinces Design

One of my first lab “projects” as a graduate student—assigned to me by my PhD advisor Jack Blazyk—was to clean and organize… read more
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Cell Membranes Fine-Tuned for Transport

It goes without saying: immigration is one of the most contentious political issues today. In view of the animus surrounding the undocumented people… read more
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Wolf Predation Improves Moose Herd Health

If there is any place in this world I call home, it’s the hills of West Virginia. I have many fond memories of growing up in the Mountain… read more
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Could Life Be Silicon-Based?

“Its skin was of an oily smooth grayness. Its motions were slow, as became a creature who burrowed in stone and was more than half stone… read more
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Should Chimpanzee Behavior Challenge Human Exceptionalism?

When our kids were little, I always enjoyed our family trips to the zoo. As they grew older, our zoo visits became much less frequent and eventually… read more
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Evidence That the Cell’s Metabolism Is Planned

I have lived in the Los Angeles area for over two decades, but I am still a small-town boy at heart. Growing up in West Virginia, I lived in… read more
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Mitochondrial Protein Import Advances the Case for Creation

What is true of economies is also true of cells. That is, any breakdown in the supply chain disrupts the efficient movement of cargo across… read more
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Mitochondrial Design Powers the Case for Creation

What are the key events in your life’s history? What happenings shaped the person you have become? Perhaps they include events such as: … read more
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Life’s Twists and Turns Are Designed to Start in the Birth Canal

“Life is full of surprises and serendipity. Being open to unexpected turns in the road is an important part of success. If you try to plan… read more
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Homo bodoensis Discovery Muddles Human Evolutionary Models

As I write this article, we are entering the winter months in Southern California. I know, I know. For anyone who has ever lived in the Midwest,… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Brain Organoids Cultivate the Case for Human Exceptionalism

Mel Brooks’s horror comedy Young Frankenstein is one of my all-time favorite movies. … read more
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Cone Cell Mitochondria Focus Attention on Eye Design

I have become painfully aware that my vision is beginning to decline. Objects at a distance appear blurry to me and I need glasses to read.… read more
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