Evolving Butterfly Designs
March 9, 2015
Other than asserting that evolution made them, evolutionists are a-flutter when facing clear evidence of design in butterflies.
ISIS Atrocities: Does Outrage Evolve?
March 8, 2015
What will it take to turn outrage into action, if genocide won't? Destruction of antiquities? What would Darwin do?
Another "Oldest Homo" Contender Alleged
March 5, 2015
Not again: another jawbone is making the rounds in the human-evolution saga.
March 4, 2015
Cosmologists act less like scientists and more like actors, the more that anomalies threaten their paradigm.
Animal PhDs in Physics
March 3, 2015
Many animals and plants have mastered physics and chemistry. Engineers would do well to learn from them.
Triassic Trackways Are Unique
March 2, 2015
Secular geologists claim that unique conditions prevailed when trackways were made by tetrapods in Triassic strata. Is this special pleading?
The Physics of Long Necks
March 1, 2015
Long-necked sauropods faced a fundamental problem in physics when stooping down to drink.
Freedom: The Best Conservation Strategy
February 28, 2015
Do-gooder environmentalists trying to save the Amazon rainforests make the problem worse.
Backward Wiring of Eye Retina Confirmed as Optimal
February 27, 2015
You can't get any better performance out of an eyeball than the way it's designed, backward wiring and all.
Classical Physics Is Non-Deterministic
February 26, 2015
It's not just quantum mechanics that's weird. Reality—no matter the scientific foundation—is weird, too.
Ghost of Scientific Racism Not Busted
February 25, 2015
A 1920 science project was "preposterous and disgraceful," but have today's scientists learned the lesson?
Adult Brain Can Build New Neurons
February 23, 2015
A dogma-challenging find raises a question: does the environment create the mind?
Darwin-Loving Democrat Takes Helm of AAAS
February 22, 2015
Former Congressman Rush D. Holt gives his inaugural editorial in Science Magazine.
Epigenome Project Finds Symphony in Cells
February 21, 2015
If all cells have the same genome, why do they look and act differently? The epigenome conducts each part in the symphony.
Crinoid Pigment: 240 Million Years and No Evolution
February 19, 2015
Pigments from crinoids fossilized in early Mesozoic strata are identical to modern counterparts.