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Space Aliens Still AWOL

Aliens should be everywhere, but the heavens remain eerily silent. The faith goes on.

Creationists Let Facts Speak for Themselves in Mainstream Science Publication

Creation scientists add to our understanding of complex operations in the enzymes of cells.

Why Just Five Digits on Tetrapod Limbs?

Two family members each possessing an extra digit on each limb find that having a sixth finger is beneficial and useful.

How Mitochondria Protect Themselves from Mutations

Dr Ross Anderson explains the complexity and elegant function of the powerhouses of the cell.

Mammals With Super Senses

These mammals are very different from each other except in how they put human technology to shame.

Godzilla Evolves, and Other Darwin Silliness

When evolution is your proverbial hammer, you can go crazy pounding everything that looks like a nail.

Crossing Guard Found in Mitochondrial Membranes

This is no ordinary crossing guard. It also acts as a bouncer or cop when bad proteins try to clog up the channel.

Where Did Earth’s Water Come From?

Water is just one big problem facing secular scientists who feel a need to explain everything without design.

The Pangolin: The Strangest Animal Known to Man

This animal's tough, overlapping, reptile-protective keratin scales make it look like a giant pinecone with a long, thin reptile-tail

More Excuses for Missing Dark Matter

How long can a theory survive repeated falsifications? Very long, when ideology (and funding) is at stake.

Designed Selection Is Not Evolution

When you insert mindful choice or programmed choice into a process, Darwinism disappears.

Brain Makes Automatic Statistical Inference

Your brain isn't a computer, but contains a powerful one.

Be-WAIR of Clawed Birds

Evolutionists have not come up with a better theory for bird flight than a silly hypothesis concocted 16 years ago.

Illustra Media Celebrates Animal Diversity

A new short film from Illustra Media is sure to delight children – and adults, too.

Automatic Emergency Brake Found on Molecular Motor

Ross Anderson discusses a new finding about how an 'emergency brake' works in one of the most vital of all molecular machines, ATP synthase.
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