Bird Ballet Revealed
October 26, 2020
Illustra's latest short film displays a wonder of nature: the coordinated formation flights of thousands of birds.
Why Did God Make Mosquitoes?
October 22, 2020
Did the Creator have a purpose for mosquitoes? Things have changed since the beginning.
Romans Won: Creation Wins the Evidence Contest
October 11, 2020
St. Paul was right: the knowledge of God is obvious from creation. Here's a new short film that powerfully reinforces that point.
New Documentary Dismantles Evolution: Free This Weekend
October 10, 2020
"Dismantled" is a new 90-minute documentary undermining evolutionary history. Till Sunday night, it's free to watch.
How Flowers Bloom on Time
October 3, 2020
Plants seem to know when to produce their blossoms. How do whole fields of them bloom together?
Seeing Cells Is Seeing Complex Organization
October 2, 2020
Darwin and Haeckel would never have dreamed of the complex specified information to be found in "protoplasm."
Plants Use a Compass
September 28, 2020
Plants have a compass that guides their stem cells. No Darwinism in this discovery from Stanford.
Human Breast Milk Is Best for Infants
September 27, 2020
Cow milk Is for cows: new research provides yet another reason why human breast milk is the best for human infants.
Toddlers Outsmart Psychologists
September 23, 2020
You can't put a kid in a test tube. There's more going on in a little brain than psychologists dreamt of in their philosophy.
Ice Age Bear Found Intact in Melting Permafrost
September 16, 2020
They say this bear, with soft tissue, organs, soft nose and all, died almost 40,000 years ago. Is that credible?
New Video Shows the Boggling Amount of Code in Your Body
September 13, 2020
Illustra's new short film, "18 Trillion Feet of You," shows how DNA is packed into the 3 trillion nucleated cells, and how far all of it would reach.
Cells Model Sustainable Lifestyles
September 9, 2020
They renew. They recycle. They clean up their messes. We could learn things from cells. Cell division: cleaning the nucleus without detergents (Austrian Institute of Molecular Biotechnology). Mitosis, or cell division, is a messy process. All of a sudden, when the nuclear membrane disassembles, genes that had been isolated from the cytoplasm mix with it. […]
Tiny Fly Beats Robots
September 3, 2020
Fruit flies dart, circle, zig and zag rapidly. Researchers gain some insight into how they do it so efficiently.
Asteroid Ceres Is Young
September 1, 2020
The bright spots on Ceres formed recently, say scientists, and activity could be going on today.
The Thymus: Vestigial Not!
August 24, 2020
It's been a long struggle to get Darwinists to admit the important function of the thymus, but new data shows how vital it is.