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How Tissues Could Last Forever

A tale from the crypt with a happy ending: eternal life.

Solutions Come from Freedom and Ingenuity, Not Government

Look at these fantastic examples of potential solutions to world problems coming from motivated scientists.

Smarty Plants

There's more going on in your local weed than scientists could have imagined in Linnaeus's day.

A New Blood Component Revealed

The human body gets more complex as research progresses. Concurrently, evolution appears more impossible.

Bad News for Plant Origins

To find an ancestor for plant photosynthesis in red algae, evolutionists have to imagine a series of spectacularly improbable events.

Cancer Is Devolution

A major consortium examined 2,658 cancer genomes and found evolution going downward, not upward.

Tomfoolery in OOL

Origin-of-life scientists know chemistry, but not logic.

Molecular Machines Work for Us

Life runs on machinery. Here are examples of machines that keep us humming.

Good Science Bears Good Fruit

Science may not understand reality, but individual scientists know what can benefit other people.

More Benefits of Exercise

Diet and exercise; we know we should do better. Here are more motivations to get up and work out.

How to Lubricate Your Body’s Gears

You have gears in your spine. Ask these Swedish researchers who say so, and learn some gear maintenance skills, too.

Stay Healthy; Get Dirty

Studies of two people groups confirm that exposure to nature helps prime the immune system – among other benefits.

Dino Skin with Blood Vessels, Proteins Found

So well preserved is a hadrosaur's skin, the remnants of blood vessels and pigments are still visible with original molecules present.

Animals Thrive in Fukushima Nuclear Accident Zone

Scientists observe a surprise in danger zone around the Japanese nuclear accident zone after 10 years: animals love the place!

Materialists Say that Life Stinks

Secular scientists look to stinky poisons to explain where life came from. A sign that aliens could stink (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Ever smell phosphine? Don’t. It stinks. Phosphine is among the stinkiest, most toxic gases on Earth, found in some of the foulest of places, including penguin dung heaps, the depths of swamps and […]
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