Happy Darwin Day (2017)

My series of blog posts about the refutation of theistic evolution by George Church led him to contact me via email. He asked why he would get credit for or against the refutations He claimed he was trained in quantum physics. He claimed that he has authored peer reviewed papers on protein folding, biodiversity, supercoiling, […]

George Church refutes theistic evolution (2)

See: George Church refutes theistic evolution George Church may not know that he refuted every aspect of theistic evolution in his presentation on February 8, 2017. Hopefully, someone will tell him how he linked quantum physics from chemistry to biophysically constrained protein folding and all biodiversity, or explain to others how he did that. Here […]

Explorers who do not know what is known (2)

See: Explorers who do not know what is known See also: Energy-dependent polycombic ecological adaptation Now see: The B/Z reaction, and the problem with peer review December 9. 2016 by John Leonard … oscillating chemical reactions predictable by mathematical formula are partially responsible for organizing cells to form organs, bone, and tissue. Alan Turing didn’t […]

The futility of The Battlefield FB group

Apparently, Paul Hartley blocked me from further discussion of his OP about dinosaurs and gladiators before I could ask if he thought “The Battlefield” is a “false flag” group. Does anyone else think that?   If so, do you think it can survive publication of experimental evidence that links responsive supramolecular systems to stepwise changes […]

Biophysically constrained beginnings of RNA and DNA

Any anonymous participant in the discussion of: DNA may have had humble beginnings as nutrient carrier (Sep 01, 2014 by Adam Hadhazy) asks: “when are you going to keep quiet?” In a series of responses, I have explained the problem I have with honoring his request. The following excerpts from Wikipedia and other sources are […]