Julie Borg

Julie is a clinical psychologist and writer who lives in Dayton, Ohio. She reports on science and intelligent design for WORLD Magazine and WORLD Digital.


Dancing in a cell

Science | Research uncovers evidence of intelligent design in cell movements
by Julie Borg
Posted 5/02/19, 03:18 pm

Cell biologists are marveling at what looks like a well-choreographed dance among the microscopic structures housed within living cells. Thirty years ago, scientists believed this cellular tango was incidental. But now, more advanced imaging techniques reveal this rhythmic motion serves a vital purpose that “shouts design,” Ann Gauger, a biologist and researcher at the Biologic Institute, told me.

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Schmidt Ocean Institute/ROV SuBastian

God’s jaw-dropping creation

Science | Scientists find brand-new discoveries on the ocean floor
by Julie Borg
Posted 4/25/19, 02:09 pm

Even today, God’s creation produces surprises that awe and perplex scientists. In February, researchers discovered an other-worldly seascape 6,000 feet below the ocean’s surface in the Gulf of California. They explored the area in 2008 and found nothing unusual, but the return expedition found an underwater wonderland of thermal vents, crystallized gas bubbles, mirrorlike silver pools of hot fluids, and 75-foot-high mineral towers carpeted with mats of microbes in hues of pink, orange, white, yellow, and purple.

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Associated Press/Photo by Koji Sasahara (file)

Using artificial intelligence with wisdom

Science | Christian leaders release statement on a faith-based approach to advanced technology
by Julie Borg
Posted 4/18/19, 12:10 pm

Concerned that technological advances are hurtling ahead of the culture’s moral reasoning, the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) released recommendations last week for a Biblical approach to artificial intelligence (AI).

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