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Without Bromine, There Would Be No Animals

A 28th element has proven to be essential for life: bromine.

A Beautiful Mind in a Beautiful Brain

Neuroscience has gathered much interesting data, but still is clueless about how a mind emerges from a brain.

Soft Tissue Found in Chile Ichthyosaur Bonanza

They were buried in the deep sea, but are becoming exposed under a glacier in southern Chile.

Comb Jellies Force Evolutionists into Absurd Hypotheses

Could something as complex as a nervous system evolve twice independently? That's what Darwinists are saying after looking at the genes of comb jellies.

Sperm Cells Gain Respect

Millions of tadpole-like sperm cells rush to fertilize one egg. They deserve more respect than they often get.

When Is a Fossil Not a Fossil? Oldest "Fossil" Debunked

Certain trace fossils said to be 3.45 billion years old are probably not fossils at all, a reassessment finds.

Virus Motors Show Mechanical Design

A virus efficiently packs its DNA into its capsule with a powerful molecular motor working against repulsive forces.

Life Shows Exquisite Engineering and Optimization

Engineers drool over animal capabilities. How would mutation and natural selection deal with these examples of design perfection?

The Early Hummingbird Gets the Evolutionary Nectar

A three-inch fossil bird is said to be the earliest nectar-feeder, meaning pollination by birds is older and more complex than thought.

Media Swarm to Latest Human Evolution Tale

We had to lose muscle to grow bigger brains, some evolutionists said, and the media went ape.

How Big Bird Evolved into Little Kiwi

The latest story about flightless birds is so counter-intuitive, maybe it belongs on Sesame Street instead of textbooks.

Wonderful Lives

Biologists continue to find unexpected wonders in living things.

Evolution Is Rapid Except When It Is Static

A new living fossil and others that must have changed rapidly or not at all are described in recent news.

Even the Plants Have Eyes

How do plants steer toward the light? They have eyes the size of molecules.

How Well Do Evolutionists Understand Extinctions?

Earth history is littered with five mass extinctions, evolutionists claim. How solid is their evidence?
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