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Genes of Genesis
Summary: As we study the genome, the molecule, and the atom, we see a vast network of intricate systems beyond our understanding. Were these systems really formed by chance?
Each species has a huge capacity for variation. Where does this capacity come from, and what does that mean for the theory of evolution?
It would have been next to impossible for the molecules needed for life to evolve by chance.
Scientists and skeptics have long disputed the meaning of the word “kind” as used in the Bible. What exactly the word “kind” mean?
What if a team of scientists were to announce in tomorrow’s headlines that they had synthesized life?
How does natural selection really work? Does it correspond or conflict with the concept of evolution?
Natural selection is based on the survival of the fittest. Can different species develop based on this reasoning?
How did animals and other multicellular forms come to exist? Learn about 19th-century evolutionist Ernst Haeckel's theories on higher life forms
How does the modern classification system work?
Why are there so many species? In a relatively short period of time many discoveries have been made about genetics and variation.
Australia has many interesting species, such as koalas, kangaroos, and wombats. Where do they come from? Does science have an "Australia Problem?"
What if every number you saw had a color, shape, and texture?