Mechanical Engineering in the Skeleton
April 17, 2019
Note: While the editor is out of town, we are bringing you readings of interest from creation books associated with CEH. Wonders of the Immune System, by Dr Henry Richter from Spacecraft Earth, a Guide for Passengers (CMI, 2017, ch. 2, “The Spacesuit: The Amazing Human Body,” pp. 42-44). The elbow is a marvelous piece […]
Words of Wisdom from Wildflowers
April 12, 2019
Springtime is here and the wildflowers are blooming. What lessons can nature lovers learn from these beauties?
The Non-Evolution of Birds
April 10, 2019
Note: While the editor is out of town, we are bringing you readings of interest from creation books associated with CEH. The Evolution of Birds: Possible or Impossible? by Dr. James F. Coppedge, Jr (1920-2004) Excerpt from Evolution: Possible or Impossible? by Dr. James F. Coppedge (1973, rev. 1990, ch. 13, “Examples of Phenomena Unexplainable […]
Wonders of the Immune System
April 9, 2019
Medical science and physiological research has barely begun to understand all of the facets of the human immune system.
Running Is a Complex Balance of Rapid Reflexes
April 2, 2019
If you thought about how complex running is while running, you might trip and fall over. Read this while sitting down.
Saturn’s Ring Moons Collect Ring Dust
April 1, 2019
How long have these little moons been gathering ring dust on their equators? Scientists continue rummaging through more than 635 gigabytes of data collected by the Cassini spacecraft during its 13-year mission at Saturn. Recently, they processed detailed images of the innermost “ring moons” of Saturn, some of them which orbit within gaps inside the […]
Dead Sea Salt Cave Is Longest of Its Kind
March 31, 2019
Cave explorers have determined that a passageway inside a mountain of salt in Israel is the longest salt cave in the world.
Misinterpreting Fossil Graveyards
March 30, 2019
Fossils are real, but the stories concocted to explain how mixed-up animals became buried together involve assumptions.
Carnivorous Plants Show Attention to Detail
March 26, 2019
Two plants that baffled Darwin are best admired for their design than for their evolution. Most people have seen the hinged snap-shut cages of the Venus flytrap. Some know that the insides of the leaves have three trigger hairs each, which must be touched twice in succession at a minimum interval of time for the […]
Soft Tissue in Biggest Ever Cambrian Fossil Bonanza
March 23, 2019
Chinese scientists are uncovering shale with the best-preserved Cambrian animals ever found.
Los Angeles Ice Age Fossils Are Changing Tar Pit Story
March 20, 2019
More Ice Age fossils have turned up in a Los Angeles subway tunnel, and there are surprises.
Humans May Have a Residual Magnetic Sense
March 19, 2019
Could our ancestors have navigated by Earth’s magnetic field? Some scientists believe they have evidence. Japanese scientists have replicated experiments with human subjects first tried at Caltech. According to Science Daily, they believe they have found evidence for an ancient magnetic sense in humans. Many animals, such as migratory birds and sea turtles, have a […]
Your Soul Comes With Automated Brain Software
March 16, 2019
When you think about the following news about the brain's processing powers, ask yourself, "who" is operating it?
Bible Was Right #529: Springs of the Sea
March 10, 2019
Long before scientists discovered the springs of the sea, God told Job about them.
The Best Science Imitates Nature
March 4, 2019
Biomimetics has everything science desires: inspiration, motivation, understanding, and application. What’s not to like about biomimetics? It’s amazing. It’s interesting. Kids can like it. Parents can steer kids into careers in science with it. It’s usually ethical and non-controversial. And we can all benefit from the discoveries that are leading to applied understanding that comes […]