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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!

Young Solar System Evidence Pops Up Everywhere

If the solar system formed more recently than believed, Darwinism is dead. Look how widely scattered the evidence is.

Remarkable Resuscitations

Doctors and families should not be too quick to unplug a comatose person. Look what can happen.

Moon Losing Its Water

The moon loses more water than it receives from the solar wind or meteorites. How long has that been going on?
Blue lupines are legumes that fix nitrogen in the soil. Photo by David Coppedge.

Two Resurrections Celebrated

For Easter, Illustra Media has produced a short film that dazzles the eyes with nature's beauty as a metaphor for resurrection.

Answers for Skeptics of Jesus

As Easter 2019 approaches, here are some resources examining the evidence of Jesus and his resurrection.

Mechanical Engineering in the Skeleton

Dr Henry Richter explains some of the design requirements for having a skeleton.

Words of Wisdom from Wildflowers

Springtime is here and the wildflowers are blooming. What lessons can nature lovers learn from these beauties?

The Non-Evolution of Birds

Dr James F. Coppedge tells an example of a bird whose all-or-nothing migration cannot be explained by evolution.

Wonders of the Immune System

Medical science and physiological research has barely begun to understand all of the facets of the human immune system.

Running Is a Complex Balance of Rapid Reflexes

If you thought about how complex running is while running, you might trip and fall over. Read this while sitting down.
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