The Molecular Impasse of Evolutionary Theory

Facts about the claims of “Creating human-pig hybrid in the lab” published in National Geographic

An article was published in the Cell magazine by Jun Wu on January 26, 2017.  Based on the claims in the article several media outlets, such as National Geographic and Fox News, reported the news that a “Human-pig hybrid is created in a lab.” At first, some people who do not examine the details of such news may wrongfully think …

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The Perfect Distribution of Organelles in the Cell

The basic structural unit of creatures, the cell, is incredibly complex enough to leave people amazed. Just like the existence of a single cell, the harmony and cooperation in the cell is very impressive. As the structure of the cell and systems in it are further investigated and new details are found, this perfect order is seen more clearly. A …

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Ribosomal Quality Control

There are several million ribosomes in a single cell. Ribosomes, which are protein production plants, have active roles in all the cells of the body. For example, combining the proteins in the cell to form larger macromolecular structures is among the tasks of the ribosomes. However, not all the functions of ribosomes, which are considered to be the “black box” …

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In Response to Michael Skinner: Epigenome DOES NOT PROVIDE NEW INFORMATION to the DNA

On the website of AEON digital magazine, Darwinist Professor Michael Skinner came forth with a new evolutionary account. In his article dated November 9th, 2016, Skinner suggested that neo-Lamarkism and neo-Darwinism should be combined under “Unified Theory of Evolution” and the alleged effect of epigenetics analyzed from this perspective. Trying to incorporate the obsolete theories from the 1800’s into the …

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