Darwinism as a Post-Observation What-If Game
September 22, 2017
The silly evolutionary spin put on observations of the natural world do not contribute to science; they cheapen it.
Humans Need Most of the Bugs in the World
August 27, 2017
A few bad ones give bugs an undeserved bad rap. We couldn't exist without insects.
Multiple Independent Animal Types Use Structural Color
August 24, 2017
The phenomenon is found in butterflies, fish, birds, and snakes, and scientists are rushing to imitate their secrets.
Next Evolutionary Icon: Peppered Snakes?
August 16, 2017
Sea snakes said to turn black due to 'industrial melanism'—a term from the old peppered moth story. Media go wild.
The Fossils that Didn’t Evolve
July 28, 2017
Here's an assortment of newly-discovered fossils that challenge Darwinian evolution.
Science Says Mosquitoes Cannot Fly But Recently Found Out How They Do
July 17, 2017
Scientists solved the mystery of mosquito flight by using both super high-speed cameras and computer analysis.
Guessing Game: Name the Organism that Inspired This Discovery
July 15, 2017
Here's a quick brain teaser. Can you guess which biological organism inspired the scientific advance? Answers and sources provided.
Darwinists Invite Laughter
July 11, 2017
Since laughter is a product of natural selection for fitness, according to Darwinists, let's try it out on them.
Sperm Tail is Far More Complex than Thought
June 28, 2017
New research has discovered that the mechanism of motion in sperm tails requires signaling, transmission and highly-ordered elasto-hydrodynamic material.
Sea Sponge Makes Flexible Glass
June 24, 2017
How do you make glass that bends without breaking? Learn from a lowly sponge. Then look around for other ideas.
A Bird, a Mushroom, and a Fly Fossilized Fast
June 9, 2017
Exceptional preservation of soft tissues required rapid fossilization. Did they really die a hundred million years ago?
How Flamingos Stand on One Foot
May 26, 2017
Mysteries of the universe unfold: how can flamingos sleep while standing on one foot? And why is it good to know?
Whale of a Tail Tale
May 24, 2017
Armed with a license for just-so storytelling, evolutionists can explain anything – even opposites.
Small Wonders: Arthropods With Superpowers
May 4, 2017
Robot designers know that making things big is easy, but making them small is hard. How do you pack a multitude of capabilities in a tiny space? Consider these little guys.
Instinct: ‘Somehow’ Is Not an Evolutionary Explanation
April 27, 2017
Why does America's most prestigious scientific journal put up with a story like, 'somehow it evolved in an ancestor'?