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Brain Provides Shortcuts for the Will

The brain is like a smart assistant, allowing previously-learned actions to be called up on demand.

Bird with a Beat

Viewers will get a kick out of Snowball the cockatoo bobbing to the beat of music.

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.

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.

Can a Dinosaur Have Bat-Like Wings?

Calling something a dinosaur doesn't make it a dinosaur. This animal had more in common with a bat, says Dr Jerry Bergman.

Super Designs in Amazing Animals, Part I

Animals of all kinds, sizes and shapes have mastered physical principles in astonishing ways.

Flight: If You Can’t Evolve It, Model Your Imagination

This is silly. A robot model with outstretched arms cannot begin to say how dinosaurs took wing.

Natural Selection: Darwin’s All-Purpose Magic Wand

If it exists, it evolved. How? By natural selection. How does that work? It makes things evolve. That's all you need to know.

Free Creation Films Easily Shared

At the John 10:10 website, La Mirada offers s spectacular selection of great faith-building and apologetics films.

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.

Birds with Modern Traits Flew Over Dinosaurs

Several aspects of the dinosaur-to-bird evolution don't make sense in the light of evolution.

Humans May Have a Residual Magnetic Sense

Could our ancestors have navigated by Earth's magnetic field? Some scientists believe they have evidence.

Sunday Funnies

Who admits to going to the funny pages first in the big Sunday paper? Darwin always delivers a good laugh.

Why Is China the Leader in Feathered Dinosaur Fossils?

It's odd how many "dino-bird" fossils are found by farmers and sold to museums. Dr Jerry Bergman examines.
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