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Sight Is More than Having Eyeballs

The brain is integrally involved with eyes to make vision meaningful and responsive.

Do You Know How Lucky You Are to Live on Earth?

The factors that make life possible came together so beautifully, even materialists have trouble knowing why we're here.

Propping Up Darwin's Tree of Lie

A valiant effort to construct Darwin's tree icon in an open-source way may only serve to perpetuate a myth.

Secular Science Leaders Defend Baby Butchering

Instead of joining the outrage against the dismemberment and marketing of baby body parts, science leaders rush to defend the grisly practice.

Fossils Defy Slow, Gradual Deposition Over Long Ages

What do a virus and a whale have in common? They didn't fossilize slowly a long time ago.

How Exercise Benefits Bones and Muscles

Will it be possible in the future to reduce fat, build muscle, and strengthen bones with an injection of a hormone?

Insects Worth Respecting

Most six-legged creatures are small and we give them little notice. Here are surprises that entomologists are discovering in some very special insects.

Original Pigment Found in "Dinosaur Feathers"

If pigment in fossil feathers cannot last 150 million years, then the story about bird evolution from dinosaurs is wrong.

Built-in Brain Designs that Amaze Scientists

Here's a quick run-down of brain news that should make us stand in awe of the 3-pound mass inside our skulls.

Jesus Was Not a Product of Parthenogenesis

Secular scientists are free to disbelieve in the Virgin Birth, but should at least try to understand what they are denying.

More Flaws in Darwin's Mechanism

Mutation and selection: we're taught those pillars of neo-Darwinism from high school. How does it measure up to reality, though?

Applications from Nature

In this Biomimetics list, we start with the application, then tell you what organism inspired it.

Adult Stem Cells Coming of Age

Who needs human embryos? Treatments with ethically-pure adult stem cells are moving from the lab to the doctor's office.

Darwin's Tree Am-Bushed

Darwin's Tree of Life looks more like a bush, evolutionists find in bird data; that inference is probably widespread.

Ancient Tissue Revolutionizing Historical Science

The ability to observe and reconstruct ancient DNA, proteins and tissues is bringing surprises to evolutionists.
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