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Initial Views of Ultima Thule from New Horizons Show Young Object

Ultima Thule, the farthest object ever visited up close by a spacecraft, looks like a snowman.

Genesis Remembered in Apollo 8 Anniversary

Would NASA and Big Media censor the Christmas Eve broadcast 50 years ago that included reading from Genesis?

Saturn, the Bringer of Youth

More discoveries of youthful phenomena contradict Gustav Holst's musical tribute to "Saturn, the Bringer of Old Age."

And the Fastest Animal Is…

If you think the answer is peregrine falcon or cheetah, think again. This one skitters about under your feet.

NASA Commemorates Apollo 8 Genesis Reading

A major event for the 50th Anniversary of Apollo didn't shy away from the historic Bible reading from the moon.

Adam and Eve Were Real After All, Extensive Genetic Study Claims

Comparisons of mitochondrial DNA from millions of species suggests recent creation and a catastrophe.

Two More Soft-Tissue Fossils Pile on the Evidence Against Deep Time

Evolutionists are dodging hard evidence with an absurd excuse that soft tissue can last hundreds of millions of years.

More Good Science from Nature

The natural world contains endless examples of intelligent design that can inspire scientists with wonder and inspiration.

The Best Science Follows the Designs in Nature

The most fruitful kind of research seeks to understand nature's workings, and when appropriate, imitate it.

Wonders of the Equipment in Your Head

Look at what scientists are finding you can do, or is being done automatically for you.

Synapsids Went Extinct, but Did They Evolve?

Evolutionists call them "mammal-like reptiles," but a very large fossil synapsid upsets evolutionary ideas.

Will Mars InSight Bring Clear Vision?

Now that NASA's latest Mars lander has successfully deployed, what findings are worth watching?

May the Weak Force Be With You

We couldn't live without the weak force, the least understood and underappreciated natural force.

Be Thankful for Skin

Human skin is the largest organ of the body, and is loaded with protections, sensors and other functions.

Stem Cells Back in the News with New Hopes and Discoveries

Stem cells were all the rage ten years ago, but news stories these days are less common. What's new?
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