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Why God Created Sleep

Enjoy your naps and bedtime rest. God is refreshing your body and brain.

Electric ‘Muscle’ Found in Sensitive Plant

If 'muscle' is loosely defined as a system that powers movement, the sensitive plant qualifies as a bodybuilder.

Lost and Found: Extinct Species Turn Up

Don't count out extinct species. In rare cases, they might be playing hide and seek.

JWST Finds Un-Big-Banged Galaxies

Astronomers were surprised to find disk galaxies older than they should be.

Beavers Mitigate Global Warming

Beavers provide a natural feedback that protects water quality downstream, scientists find.

What’s Up with Hoatzin?

The origin of the hoatzin still baffles evolutionists. It is the strangest and most enigmatic bird species in the world

Bee Surprised

Insects influence the climate like thunderstorms? What else will scientists discover—or claim to discover?

Volcanoes Feed the Planet with Nutrients

A powerful volcano last January was followed by a phytoplankton bloom. What's the connection?

Tune In to Channel Kir2.1

A molecular machine with exquisite sensitivity has been shown in atomic detail for the first time.

Archer Fish Stars in New Movie

Illustra Media has just released a short documentary about an underwater sharpshooter: the Archer Fish!

How Naked Mole-Rats Avoid Mutations

Naked mole-rat research eloquently supports the creationists’ position that mutations are dominant in causing disease, aging, and eventually, death.

The Dinosaur Times

Reports about giant reptiles in the news: plesiosaurs and mosasaurs in the Sahara, fast-growing sauropods, Jurassic fish, more!

Thymus Cells Train in Boot Camp

New findings about the thymus gland reveal how it learns friend from foe

Waste Not, Want Not

In God’s natural economy, nothing is ever wasted   We learn in biology that plants use the carbon dioxide that we exhale, and we inhale the oxygen that plants and photosynthetic microbes release. Our skin flakes are food for microbes. Since fertilizer is made from cow manure, our solid waste could potentially have that function […]

Adult Body Proportions Partly Solved

Progress in solving the mystery of adult-size similarity in animals: new genetic process sheds light on how organ proportionality works.
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