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How the Cell Handles Oxygen: A Nobel Prize Discovery

Another amazing body function discovered – cellular oxygen regulation. It won three researchers the Nobel Prize.

Wood Buried Under Ocean Floor Thousands of Miles at Sea

Wood chips hundreds of feet deep in ocean sediments have been found. How did they get there?

Human Body Capabilities Uncovered

More surprises about the body come to light, including the ability to regrow cartilage.

Saudi Government Opening Up Archaeological Sites

Access to forbidden areas may settle debates about the Pentateuch.

Antibiotic Resistance Is Shared, Not Evolved

Growing evidence undermines commonly-cited examples of evolution happening right before our eyes.

Ancient Israeli City Was Already Advanced

One of the earliest archaeological sites ever found in Israel is being described as the 'New York' of its day.

News for Saturn-Day

This entry scours some of the latest papers from Cassini for statements about the age of Saturn and its rings and inner moons.

Nature Inspires Intelligent Design

Scientists are inspired by nature's designs, why? Maybe it's because they are designed.

Why Magnetic Field Decay Matters

Earth's magnetic field is vital for life, but it is decaying. To keep it going billions of years, evolutionists gloss over facts.

Meaning of Beauty Explained in Beautiful New Illustra Film

Why is there beauty in the living world? We all recognize it. The implications take center stage in the design-vs-Darwin debate.

Are There As Many Stars as Sand Grains?

A video clip from Illustra Media attempts to answer a common question: How many stars are there?

Bird Development in Stunning Video

The orchestration of a bird from egg to chick is shown in astonishing detail by Illustra Media.

Lessons from Noah’s Ark

A fun collection of lessons people can take from the story of Noah's Ark!

What a Difference the Breath of Life Makes

Breath is a marvelous thing that makes all the difference in living.

Geological Processes Can Be Rapid

For those trained to think in millions of years, these geological processes should sound surprising.
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