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Molecular Machines Work for Us

Life runs on machinery. Here are examples of machines that keep us humming.

Good Science Bears Good Fruit

Science may not understand reality, but individual scientists know what can benefit other people.

You Can Trust Science! (to Reverse Itself)

Hardly a week goes by without a press release announcing that a common scientific belief is wrong. What does this imply?

Can Atheists Answer the Meaning of Life?

An atheist serves up a way to get meaning out of the dark oblivion of materialism. This should be interesting.

More Benefits of Exercise

Diet and exercise; we know we should do better. Here are more motivations to get up and work out.

How to Lubricate Your Body’s Gears

You have gears in your spine. Ask these Swedish researchers who say so, and learn some gear maintenance skills, too.

Evolving Everything Except Sense

When they have a magic wand, evolutionists see everything as a rabbit and every environment as a hat.

Calling the Extinction Game

The Mexico Asteroids pull ahead! But the India Deccans are not down for the count.

Silly Darwinism Needs a Good Shaming

This is what happens in one-party rule: insanity with impunity.
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Long Necks Without Evolution

What do giraffes and sauropods have in common? A new paper shows how you can seek answers without Darwin's help.

Dino Skin with Blood Vessels, Proteins Found

So well preserved is a hadrosaur's skin, the remnants of blood vessels and pigments are still visible with original molecules present.

To Evolutionists, Faith in Natural Selection Counts as Evidence

Outlandish claims are being made by Darwinists on pure faith that right environments will trigger innovation by chance.

Marine Reptile Found With Intact Skin

Scientists at Lund University say, "Remarkably preserved fossil sea reptile reveals skin that is still soft."

Exchanging One Myth for Another

Scientists gleefully chuckle at one ethnic myth only to replace it with a more incredible one.

Watch the Christmas Lights in Your Muscles

Scientists use fluorescent tags to shine light on the biggest proteins in the human body.
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