Engineered Adaptability: Creatures' Adaptability Begins with Their Sensors
What grabs our attention when we watch living creatures? Action! We lock on to their active responses. Or, as techno-lovers would say, “their outputs.” But without detectors, or “inputs,” there would be no response. As we saw in last month’s article, a sensor acts as a principal triggering device for an organism’s self-adjusting systems.1 If we see sensors as units of an army, they are the front-line...
Diamonds and the Age of the Earth
Hello, I’m Dr. Vernon Cupps, ICR Research Associate and nuclear physicist. You’ve probably heard the familiar old saying, “Diamonds...
That's a Fact - "Junk" DNA
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