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Where Did Earth’s Water Come From?

Water is just one big problem facing secular scientists who feel a need to explain everything without design.

The Pangolin: The Strangest Animal Known to Man

This animal's tough, overlapping, reptile-protective keratin scales make it look like a giant pinecone with a long, thin reptile-tail

Brain Makes Automatic Statistical Inference

Your brain isn't a computer, but contains a powerful one.

Illustra Media Celebrates Animal Diversity

A new short film from Illustra Media is sure to delight children – and adults, too.

Automatic Emergency Brake Found on Molecular Motor

In this article, guest writer Ross Anderson (PhD, biochemistry professor) discusses a new finding about how an ’emergency brake’ works in one of the most vital of all molecular machines, ATP synthase. First, he explains the molecular rotary motor and what it does. Review of “Extrinsic conditions influence the self-association and structure of IF1, the […]

Super Designs in Amazing Animals, Part 2

Organisms of all kinds, sizes and shapes have mastered physical principles in astonishing ways. Here are more examples.

Super Designs in Amazing Animals, Part I

Animals of all kinds, sizes and shapes have mastered physical principles in astonishing ways.

Unusual Fossils Call for Unusual Explanations

Some recent fossil finds require creative storytelling, but the science is the data –not the story.

More Evidence Our Moon Is Young

Moonquakes are still occurring. Why didn't geological activity cease billions of years ago?

Complex Eyes of ‘Simple’ Clams Confound Darwin

The eyes of the lowly scallop have eyes of exquisite design, built on a principle unrelated to any putative evolutionary sequence.

Extreme Fine Tuning in Body Cells, Part 2

Here are two examples of an ultra-fine balance between function and disease inside the cells of our body's sensory cells (Part 2).

Extreme Fine Tuning in Body Cells, Part I

Here are just two examples of an ultra-fine balance between function and disease inside the cells of our body's sensory cells (Part 1 of 2).

Superlative New Hubble Deep Field Shouts Awe

How many galaxies can you fit in a piece of sky the diameter of the full moon? Keep reading.

Ancient Inscriptions Agree with Bible

Names written on pieces of pottery, clay and stone agree not only that Bible characters existed, but confirms the dates they lived.

Amino Acids Found in Cretaceous Amber

If this doesn't take the cake for soft tissue preservation: intact amino acids in amber said to be 100 million years old!
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