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Big Science Pops its Zits

If you think institutional science has a smooth complexion, look closer. From every angle, serious blemishes are coming to light.

Animals Can Be Smarter Than You Think

Here are four organisms with surprising mental powers.

Year-End Biomimetics Parade

What better way to end the year than a celebration of biomimetics, where fun and useful science never ends thanks to nature's inspiring designs?

Small Molecules Play Key Roles in Cells

Molecular biologists are finding a universe of functional small proteins and RNAs that were considered junk or not even known to exist.

Cave Climate Conclusions Compromised

Widely used to infer past climates, isotope measurements from stalactites and stalagmites in caves can mislead researchers.

Reality Rushes Evolutionists

"Earlier than thought" is a common phrase encountered when evolutionists test their speculations against the real world.

Finding More Gifts in the Cellular Stocking

Improving techniques are allowing biochemists to find surprising new things in cells. Here are some recent examples.

What Good Is a Hairball?

When you start looking for clues to good designs in nature, the results are everywhere.

Evolutionists Blunder on Natural Selection

It would be helpful if, when discussing natural selection, evolutionists knew what they are talking about.

Reasons for Thanksgiving in Your Body Cells

Here are things you probably didn't know about your body. Now that you know, you'll have more reasons to be thankful tomorrow.

More Original Protein Found in Older Bird Fossil

The new discovery from China dates back 130 million years on the evolutionary timeline.

Early Fossil Bird Feathers Were Modern and Colorful

The predicted gradual sequence from fuzz to flight remains mythical, as modern feathers show up too early for Darwin's comfort.

Inspiring Life Tricks

These tricks are enough to make an inventor run to the patent office.

More Original Dinosaur Protein Found

This time Mary Schweitzer's team found keratin protein on a claw of an ostrich-sized dinosaur from Mongolia.

Abiogenesis: The Origin of Lie

To get life from mindless molecules, fib a little. Ignore chance. Make it sound easy. Turn out the lights. Tell a story. Imagine.

Planning Your Next Revolutionary Invention

To innovate something people will want, follow the leader: the Creator of living creatures.

Smarty Plants

How can organisms stuck in the soil do so many amazing tricks?

Mental Miracles You Don't Know About

Your brain and eyes do things that scientists didn't discover till recently.

Adult Stem Cells Continue to Promote Healing

Here's the latest on adult stem cells and how they are transforming regenerative medicine without harming embryos.

Taxpayers Fund Anti-Science Materialist Myths

NASA and the NSF give tons of money to materialists to promote lies about chemistry and the origin of life.

Evolution: A Theory in Constant Revision

Darwinian evolution survives by constant patching of weaknesses in its web of belief.

Darwin Demo Falls Short

What the new "evolution in action" experiment lacks in Darwin support is compensated by its propaganda value.

How the Brain Serves the Mind

More sophisticated than any computer, the brain runs many background tasks to aid and assist our conscious choices.

Weekend Biomimetics Parade

Here's a quick list of exciting news about how imitation of nature's designs is leading to wonderful inventions.

Secularists Battle Over Which Life Theory Is More Wrong

Origin-of-life camps don't recognize that RNA-World theories and hydrothermal-vent theories suffer from the same basic problem.

Mars Life Hopes Reduced

Key assumptions about habitability on Mars have fallen, but astrobiologists try to keep hope alive.

Sunflower Motion Is Complex

They follow the sun, but how? Scientists are just finding out the mechanisms behind light tracking in sunflowers.

Fossil DNA Stuns Geologists

None of them would have believed DNA could survive over a million years. They have no explanation for its preservation.

Hydrothermal OOL Chemistry Is Unlikely

A favorite way for theorists to get around the lack of enzymes at the origin of life is shown to be implausible.

Bacteria You Can Love

Wrongly feared only as agents of disease, many bacteria are allies in our quest for health.