Plants as Engineering Plants
June 20, 2022
With intentional double entendre, we look at marvelous plants that show how to get design work done.
How Organisms Know When to Stop Growing
June 15, 2022
A common observation becomes a mystery when examined in detail.
Fireflies Light Up New Illustra Video
June 5, 2022
Zoom in to the light organs. Zoom out to a wonder of nature.
Evolutionary Trees Are All Wrong
June 1, 2022
We didn't say it. They did. But how can we trust what they are saying now?
Skull Duggery in Whale Evolution
May 26, 2022
—or Skull Dodgery: Evolutionists dodge a heady issue, thinking a skull will evolve a brain complete with new skills.
Rafting Termites and Other Dogmas of Ignorance
May 24, 2022
‘They’re not primitive; we don’t know how they spread around the world, but one thing we know: they evolved.’ Wood termites. Homeowners hate them, and termite inspectors make a living finding them and killing them. They belong to the family Kalotermitidae, second largest group of termites. In their own element, though, they are remarkable […]
Dragonfly Cat Trick Explained
May 16, 2022
An upside down dragonfly can right itself faster than the blink of an eye.
Lizard Explosion Heard Around the World
May 4, 2022
Lizards burst onto the scene 50 million years earlier than thought, complete with modern features. Then they changed little.
Evolution Is Not an Engineer; It’s a Dumb Idol
April 28, 2022
Darwinists routinely idolize natural selection, granting it godlike powers.
Raven Tells Darwin “Nevermore”
April 25, 2022
Was there ever a more useless jargon generator than Darwinian evolution?
“Probably Evolved” Is Batty Science
April 11, 2022
Some bats echolocate but don’t have to. Saying that they “probably evolved” echolocation makes no sense. The Egyptian fruit bat uses echolocation but is active at day and night. Israeli scientists predicted they would not use this skill while flying during daylight hours. They were wrong. Observations showed that these bats, even though they […]
Ethical Solutions to Health Problems
March 28, 2022
Here are examples of good research projects that help people without crossing ethical boundaries.
Sponging on Fossils for Evolution
March 25, 2022
They're not sponges. They're just minerals. They didn't evolve. They don't help Darwin.
Extreme Convergences Strain Credibility
March 21, 2022
The things one has to believe to maintain Darwinism should give reasonable people fits.
Fossil Squid Named for Joe Biden
March 10, 2022
It would be mean to call Biden a grasping squid, but that's who scientists decided to name a fossil for. It challenges evolution.