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New software calculates the probability of generating functional proteins by chance

Here’s an article sent to me by JoeCoder about a new computer program written by Kirk Durston.

About Kirk:

Kirk Durston is a scientist, a philosopher, and a clergyman with a Ph.D.

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Fine-tuning the habitable zone: tidal-locking and solar flares

Here’s an article from Evolution News that talks about liquid water and tidal locking, but it has even more factors that need to be fine-tuned for habitability. 686 more words


How likely is it for blind forces to sequence a functional protein by chance?

How likely is it that you could swish together amino acids randomly and come up with a sequence that would fold up into a functional protein? 372 more words


A Fan

Who doesn’t love a good polemic from time to time? Looks like one of my recent articles provoked a response, entitled “In Defense of whataboutism… 3,721 more words

What historical evidence is there to support the post-mortem appearances of Jesus?

Eric Chabot of Ratio Christi Ohio State University has a great post up about the post-mortem appearances of Jesus.

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Did Rousseau Get It Wrong?

swift is the avalanche of time
steep in remorseless descent
upon raging ambitions coarse
products of civilization that
forge interdictions of peace
cordite bitters the breeze… 137 more words