NASA Promotes Natural Miracles
February 15, 2018
To know the vast improbabilities, and yet to leap over them with imaginary stories – that's deceiving the public.
Darwin Report Card: How Useful Is Evolutionary Theory?
February 6, 2018
We examine numerous articles and papers that talk about evolution to see if neo-Darwinism (or even old Darwinism) actually contributes to the understanding of nature.
What Your Body Needs
February 3, 2018
Most of us know some basic things our bodies need, but it's unlikely many people have heard of some of these requirements.
Origin-of-Life Speculation Is Out of ContrOOL
February 2, 2018
OOL is short for Origin of Life. There's only one theory that works. The rest are so improbable, their supporters go to ridiculous lengths to believe them.
Some ‘Junk DNA’ May Act as Computer Memory *
January 30, 2018
Growing evidence supports the hypothesis that certain non-coding 'retrotransposons' may function as computational memory for genes. *[Audio version included]
Cell Repair Majors on Majors
January 10, 2018
When hit by damaging mutations, cells repair genes before non-coding areas. How do they know?
Another RNA World ‘Missing Link’ Experiment Misses the Point
January 9, 2018
Magic droplets overcome one hurdle with help from humans, but so what?
Evaluating Claims of Oldest Fossil Microbes
December 21, 2017
Are these fossils 3.45 billion years old? Are they even fossils? Serious questions need to be asked when the news gets excited about world records for oldest life on Earth.
Bacteria Rule the Earth
December 14, 2017
Bacteria are inescapable. They're everywhere. Fortunately, many of them are here for good.
Health May Depend on Good Viruses and Microbes
November 30, 2017
There is still much to learn about the human body. Some of our best friends may not even share our own genes.
Fossil Forest Found in Antarctica
November 20, 2017
Claimed to be 280 million years old, stumps of fossil trees retain original material in the world's coldest climate.
New Guidebook for Earthlings Published
November 19, 2017
A new book by two CEH authors can help readers understand their spacecraft and its mission. Dr Henry Richter, distinguished NASA scientist, former Caltech professor and inventor, the last surviving manager of Explorer 1 (January 31, 1958), has a new book worth sharing. Its title appeals to all readers on the planet: Spacecraft Earth: A […]
Boastful Origin-of-Life Claims Conceal Contradictions
November 14, 2017
The latest speculations about life’s origins always overlook the most essential component: the origin of biological information. Suggestive catch-phrases are no substitute for demonstration. Evolutionary scientists employ stock phrases like “missing link” and “RNA world” and “prebiotic soup” that conceal, rather than illuminate, the actual chemical problems getting from molecules to life. The so-called “building […]
Biomimetics Continues Its Enthusiastic Winning Streak
November 13, 2017
If science continues its focus on natural designs, everyone stands to benefit.
Excusing Darwinism’s Lack of Evidence
November 2, 2017
Several recent papers either rationalize evolution's failures, or else agree that the theory needs revision.