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The OOL Tease: NASA’s Ponzi Scheme

If you buy into NASA's perennial search for the origin of life, you'll lose it all. There's no collateral.

Tenure No Longer Protects Creationist Professors

Professor Change Laura Tan expelled: a new book about a new case.

Gene Sharing Is Not Evolution

Microbes in the ocean share genes in tiny bubbles, but where did the genes come from?

What Are Introns For?

The origin of introns is a mystery to evolutionists. They apply magic, calling it an "evolutionary burst."

Why Sex Is Binary

The new Woke claim that “Human Sex is Not Binary” ignores a massive amount of scientific literature

Earth Arctic Is Not Like Enceladus

NASA commits its most common logical fallacy in a press release geared to titillate the public about astrobiology.

Rogue Scientists Play Russian Roulette with Humanity

"What were they thinking?" says a leading biologist about another gain-of-function experiment on coronaviruses.

Origin of Eukaryotes: Still Wishing and Hoping Endosymbiosis Is True

Subsequent to the origin of life, the origin of eukaryotic cells is admittedly the next most serious problem for evolutionists.

Must Aging Presuppose Deterioration?

There's nothing in biology that prevents longer life – at least in theory.

Epigenetics: Adaptation Without Darwinism

Regulating existing genetic information is a way life gains heritable change without blind natural selection.

NASA to Fly Owls to Look for Elvis

Is an experiment a waste of time if it has almost zero possibility of success? Perhaps, but the spinoffs can be useful.

Getting to the Roots Problem

Understanding plant roots requires figuring out how they solve problems of physics.

Tune In to Channel Kir2.1

A molecular machine with exquisite sensitivity has been shown in atomic detail for the first time.

Evolutionists Call Example of Extreme Stasis “Evolution”

Evolution means nothing at all if it means an organism can stay the same for 541 million years.

Molecular Machines Labor 24×7 Every Day

It's Labor Day in America, but the molecular motors in your body never take a holiday break.
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