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Seeing Cells Is Seeing Complex Organization

Darwin and Haeckel would never have dreamed of the complex specified information to be found in "protoplasm."

Plants Use a Compass

Plants have a compass that guides their stem cells. No Darwinism in this discovery from Stanford.

Human Breast Milk Is Best for Infants

Cow milk Is for cows: new research provides yet another reason why human breast milk is the best for human infants.

Wolf Howls Evolved into Sirens

This one is just dumb. Even for evolutionary just-so stories, this one is a howler.

Toddlers Outsmart Psychologists

You can't put a kid in a test tube. There's more going on in a little brain than psychologists dreamt of in their philosophy.

Scientists Treat Biological Sex as Binary

Politically-correct influencers cannot deny the obvious forever. Scientists have to deal with reality every day.

Ice Age Bear Found Intact in Melting Permafrost

They say this bear, with soft tissue, organs, soft nose and all, died almost 40,000 years ago. Is that credible?

Extraordinary Claim: Life on Venus?

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence, scientists like to say. One smelly molecule is not enough to claim life.

Dark Matter Believers Panicking

Where is this stuff they keep telling us makes up most of the universe? The ideas are getting even more bizarre.

New Video Shows the Boggling Amount of Code in Your Body

Illustra's new short film, "18 Trillion Feet of You," shows how DNA is packed into the 3 trillion nucleated cells, and how far all of it would reach.

Friday Funnies: Darwin Groaners

It's been a hard week. Let's unwind a little with laughter at what the Darwinians are saying these days.

Cells Model Sustainable Lifestyles

They renew. They recycle. They clean up their messes. We could learn things from cells. Cell division: cleaning the nucleus without detergents (Austrian Institute of Molecular Biotechnology). Mitosis, or cell division, is a messy process. All of a sudden, when the nuclear membrane disassembles, genes that had been isolated from the cytoplasm mix with it. […]

Downside of Green Energy Unplanned

Windmills and solar farms come with their own environmental baggage, but who is planning for it? Nobody.

Tiny Fly Beats Robots

Fruit flies dart, circle, zig and zag rapidly. Researchers gain some insight into how they do it so efficiently.
Ceres

Asteroid Ceres Is Young

The bright spots on Ceres formed recently, say scientists, and activity could be going on today.
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