Microbes Talk More than People Do
May 20, 2017
Microbial communication requires an interface, providing an example of how intelligent design explains what evolutionary theory misses.
Negative Selection Is Not What Darwin Wanted
May 18, 2017
Darwin wanted to explain humans from bacteria. He can't get there by just protecting what bacteria already had.
Mosasaurs Show No Clear Record of Evolution
May 17, 2017
The tricks of the Darwin trade come out in force to explain these aquatic reptiles that evolutionists maintain came from land lizards.
Surprise: Men and Women Greatly Differ Genetically
May 8, 2017
New research results strongly go against the current politically correct view that the only differences between males and females are a few minor plumbing variations and a couple of small hormones.
Weekend Digest, May 6, 2017
May 6, 2017
Here's a collection of quick takes on interesting developments in the science news, from Saturn to a possible cure for malaria; from your liver to Sunday funnies.
Darwin, Design, and the Art of Being Shocked
May 5, 2017
Dr. Thomas Woodward of the C.S. Lewis Society introduces a new release of his book, "Doubts About Darwin," a history of the intelligent design movement.
Ancient DNA Recovered from Caves
May 3, 2017
New techniques are allowing scientists to extract ancient DNA from cave soil. But is it really as old as claimed?
Bubbles Scream Life
May 1, 2017
It might be a fungus. It might be half a billion years older than previously thought. It might rewrite the evolutionary history of complex life, including humans. What is it?
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'?
Saving Evolution with a New Narrative about Dinosaur Soft Tissue
April 26, 2017
The ability of evolutionary 'scientists' to distract attention from big questions and avoid the obvious has never been more evident.
All Bears Are Brethren
April 24, 2017
The world-wide variations on bears could have come from one original type. It has been known that Alaskan brown bears can hybridize with polar bears. The resulting mixed breeds, sometimes called ‘pizzlies’ or ‘cappucino bears’, were thought to be rare. Now, in a surprising study from Senckenberg Research Institute and Natural History Museum, scientists have […]
The 4D Nucleome Project Helps Creationist Research
April 23, 2017
Here we tell about the 4D Nucleome and ENCODE project and the billions of dollars God is sending to help creationist research through the NIH’s unwitting funding programs. Hermann Muller won the Nobel Prize for his study of human mutations and birth defects. A consequence of Muller’s theories imply that only 2% of the human genome could be functional […]
Biological Designs Worth Imitating
April 20, 2017
If these designs are so good that intelligent minds want to mimic them, who can believe they emerged by chance?
Your Brain Comes Equipped with Techno-Apps
April 19, 2017
If you bought these capabilities in an app store, you would think they are way cool. Surprise: they're already bundled in your brain's operating system.
Enceladus Pumps Imagination into the Vacuum
April 17, 2017
NASA astrobiologists abandon scientific restraint in a naked push to titillate taxpayers for another vain quest to find life beyond Earth.
Walk This Way: Body Designs Head to Toe
April 13, 2017
When you examine what makes us tick, you find intelligent design from the top down and from the bottom up.
OOL Foolishness Is Out of Control
April 12, 2017
Most scientists working on origin of life (OOL) have lost all semblance of respect for empiricism.
Evolutionists Rattled Over Battle for Earliest Animal
April 10, 2017
If the latest salvo in a long-standing Darwin debate hits, then the idea of evolution growing more complex with time suffers a big blow.
Your Mind Can Space Out, But Your Body Belongs on Earth
April 8, 2017
Through the imagination, we can soar through distant galaxies. Sooner or later, physical reality hits home.
Plant Email System Described
April 7, 2017
What do you call a long-distance signaling system that involves coded information?
OOL’s Gold and Animism
April 6, 2017
What is the spark that turns molecules into life? For the materialist, it's the spirit of imagination.
Tick Talk: Mammal Blood Found in Amber
April 5, 2017
Can intact blood be preserved for 15 to 45 million years, give or take 50 million?
More Soft Tissue Found in Cretaceous Fossil Bird
March 24, 2017
Unrepentant over extreme falsification, evolutionary paleontologists are just taking it for granted that soft tissue can survive millions of years.
March 21, 2017
Small animals accomplish mighty wonders that require knowledge of advanced mathematics, physics and genetics.
Time to Re-Mind the Brain
March 19, 2017
A radical rethink is needed to understand the brain, a neuroscientist complains. A radical rethink is needed to understand human exceptionalism, too.
Scientific Referencing Perpetuates Myths
March 16, 2017
Most scientific papers contain numerous references. Rather than enhancing scholarship, careless referencing can sometimes advance zombie science.
Stem Cell Headlines
March 15, 2017
Here's a list of news reports about stem cells for those interested in either health or bioethics.
Weekend Biomimetics Showcase
March 11, 2017
The focus in biology these days is on design. Here's evidence.
Astrobiology’s Fantasy Universe
March 7, 2017
The media glosses over difficulties in its blind quest to look for the 'emergence' of life on other planets.
Searching for Life for Personal Glory
March 6, 2017
Are origin-of-life seekers really trying to understand life, or are they seeking fame and prizes?