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.
Fossil Marine Reptile Buried with Last Meal Intact
August 22, 2020
Here is another example of an ichthyosaur that was buried rapidly. This one didn't have time to digest its lunch.
Did Mars Experience Planetwide Storms?
August 21, 2020
Impossible as it seems now, scientists believe that dry red planet had massive, flooding storms in the past.
Rethinking Hygiene: Can We Be Too Clean?
August 15, 2020
A scientist goes without a shower for five years and tells about his experience, and the lessons he learned.
Trilobite Eyes Were Already Modern
August 13, 2020
Some trilobites had compound eyes similar to modern crustaceans and insects. They just popped into existence without ancestors.
Has COVID-19 Been Handcuffed?
August 11, 2020
A grad student and a large American team finds a molecule that puts SARS-CoV-2 into a straitjacket.
If Your Doctor Recommends Removing Tonsils, Read This
August 10, 2020
New research adds to the conclusion that tonsils are not vestigial, and serve important functions. Unwarranted removal causes health problems.
Think About the Brain
August 9, 2020
The human brain keeps surprising scientists with its unfathomable complexity as well as its nifty algorithms.
Living ‘Dinosaur Kin’ Has Genes that Defy Evolution
August 8, 2020
It lived with its fellow reptiles, the dinosaurs. And it stalks the earth today. What do its genes show?
‘Impossible’ Hybrid Suggests Non-Darwinian Change
July 28, 2020
Animals may be more capable of sharing genetic information than coming up with it de novo.
Mammoth Ligaments Found in Siberian Lake
July 25, 2020
Frozen mammoths have been found in abundance before; this one, with intact ligaments, was found in a lake.
Health Science Beats Evolutionary Storytelling
July 23, 2020
Let's get practical. What is science good for? How about helping us live more satisfying lives?
Hand Signals of Design
July 16, 2020
The human hand turns out to have much more capability for complex movement than scientists thought.
Blood Cells Act as Multi-Purpose Truckers
July 10, 2020
Blood Cells: Oxygen-Carrying Trucks That Have a Host of Functions New Research Shows How the Body Shows Striking Evidence of Intelligent Design by Jerry Bergman, PhD Introduction One of my masters theses for medical school researched tumor markers. Tumor markers are body indications of a disease state such as cancer. An example is substances […]
Plant Wonders Inspire Awe
June 27, 2020
From small herbs underfoot to towering giants, plants have what it takes to thrive in their habitats.