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# Tag Archives: ID

## The “Wow! signal” of the terrestrial genetic code

An interesting paper appeared recently in Icarus journal. The paper by Vladimir I. shCherbak and Maxim A. Makukov analyzes some numerical patterns in the standard genetic code. The text can be also found on arXiv.org. This paper spurred some (sometimes heated) discussions on the … Continue reading

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## Scientific American on Evolution

Scientific American discusses some issues on Evolution teaching in American schools. Here is the link. There are also links to older articles on Evolution published in this magazine, including the articles from the issues which cover is on the left. … Continue reading

## Statistics and ID

Common wisdom says that there are three ways to not tell the truth: lies, damned lies, and statistics. This might be true, but more often it is just misuse of statistics that brings about ridiculous results. Here is just one … Continue reading