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Microbes Travel the Globe

The tiniest of life forms are able to traverse continental distances on wings of the wind.

Living Fossils: The Horseshoe Crab Story

Living fossils pose significant challenges to Darwinian theory, even with genomes available. The horseshoe crab is a prime example.

Thumbs Down on Human-Ape Evolution

Our unique thumbs: another attempt to explain the chasm between humans and chimps fails.

A Sound Mind Is Reborn

Is ultrasound a path into the minds of some "locked-in" patients?

Matched Design in Human Reproduction Defies Evolution

This excerpt from Henry Richter's book illustrates amazingly complex design in human reproduction.

Delicate Acrobats: Butterflies and Jellyfish Use Physics to Perfection

Two animals probably not envisioned as champion movers can teach human designers a thing or two.

Design of Snowflakes Explained

Illustra has released a new short film on snowflakes. What kind of design do crystals represent, natural or intentional?

Argentina Hosted Largest Land Animal

A new skeleton of a sauropod may have broken the record for largest land animal that ever lived.

Fly Specialties Amaze Scientists

The humble housefly deserves some respect for its engineering design.

Complexity of Cancer-Stopping Gene Regulation Described

The molecular dance between molecules that prevent cancer in dividing cells is a performance that defies evolution.

Nobody Can Measure the Age of the Universe

Measuring age depends on measuring light speed in ways that cannot in principle be confirmed.

Dinosaur Bone Bed Indicates Underwater Graveyard

Multiple specimens of Edmontosaurus give evidence of catastrophic water burial after transport by an underwater debris flow.

SARS-CoV-2 Virus Dies in Seconds Under UV-C

New research finds that seconds of exposure to 254nm ultraviolet light inactivates the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

Evolutionists Gloss Over Implications of Dinosaur Tissue Remains

Dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago, so these delicate remains are at least that old. Move along; nothing to see here.

Unexpected Synergy in Bilateral Symmetry

Working on one side of the body affects the other side, even if it is idle. How can that be?
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