Why Biology Will Always Surpass Biomimetics

Humans can learn from nature but can never successfully duplicate nature.

Is Terminal Lucidity a Window Into the Soul?

Patients with dementia sometimes "come back" briefly into lucid conversation. How is that possible?

Another Fish Story That Is True

You'll be amazed at the power of a salmon's homing instinct in this short video.

Archive: First Land Animals, Lateral Gene Transfer, and Beetle Fans

Enjoy some of our posts from 22 years ago, which were lost during a website upgrade.

Archive: Caveman Rock, Body Time, Primate with Dinosaurs

Articles we printed in April 2002 lead to a question: have evolutionists changed in the last 22 years?

God Glorified in Solar Eclipse

Millions stood in awe of the April 8 solar eclipse but theists had the best time.

Wildflowers Illustrate Resurrection

Enjoy a beautiful new video for Easter from Illustra Media.

Archive: Tuatara, Eyes, Cells, Self-Organization, Astrobiology

More lost stories from the end of March 2002 are republished here. Topics: the tuatara, eyes, self-organization, cells, architecture.

Rethink of Genetics Supports ID over Darwinism

Out with junk DNA. Out with the Central Dogma. Make way for design thinking.

Archive: Wood, Gratitude, and Space Aliens

These stories from 2003 are still fun to read after 21 years. Read about wood, gratitude, and space alien morality.

Archive: Gates of the Cell, and More ID Evidence

These articles from March 2002 were interesting then and still are now.

Wonders Under the Sea

Big animals both living and extinct showcase exquisite detail in bulk.

Archive: Black Cats, Early Galaxies, Baghdad Batteries, and a Christian Geologist

These articles from early March 2003 show what CEH was reporting 21 years ago when the Iraq War was going on.

Sea Cucumbers Save Corals

The "Roombas of the Sea" help create a clean habitat for coral reefs and their customers.

Year of the Dragon: Real Dragons Lived

Scientists—not cryptozoologists—are calling this beast a dragon.
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