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Animals Display Mastery of Physics

From tiny to large, animals know how to use the laws of physics to their advantage.
Pluto (color-enhanced) from New Horizons, Sept 24, 2015 release

Pluto Falsifies Deep Time

Planetary scientists are shocked at Pluto's youth and activity. They have no answers.

Another Claim of Poor Design Refuted

We can close our eyes and mouth, so why can’t we close our ears? There are good reasons.

The Brain Files Information Logically

The brain just became even more complicated. Another new structure in the brain has been discovered.

Hubble’s Camera Celebrates 20 Years

The Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) on the Hubble Space Telescope has dramatically changed cosmology.

Will DNA Overtake Hard Drives?

"DNA is nature’s original data storage system. We can use it to store any kind of data: images, video, music — anything."

Arctic Tern Story Visualized

The longest migration in the animal kingdom is brought to life in a beautiful short film from Illustra Media.

Cretaceous Flyers Challenge Evolution

Cretaceous pterosaurs and birds cry out from the rocks, "We were designed."

Darwin Day Webinar Premiered Molecular Machine Animation

The Discovery Institute hosted a Darwin Day webinar at 10:00 a.m. Sat Feb 12. It featured a new animation of a molecular machine.

Genes Determine Sex Differences

Thousands of differences in male/female brains are due to genes, not a sexist environment.

Life is Designed to Prevent Evolution

Another system has been discovered that corrects the very mutations that Darwinism depends on for novelty.

How Whales Swallow Underwater

A whale has to lunge at a mouthful of krill, then take it down and eat it without drowning.

Fingertips Can Detect Single Atom Differences

The touch sensitivity of finger skin could not be improved. There's a purpose for fingerprints, too.

Your Body Constantly Fights Cancer

Sometimes cancer cells take hold, but not for want of constant surveillance and combat by the immune system.

Leaky Mitochondria Keep Sea Otters Warm

Darwin-free research on sea otters might have benefits for humans.
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