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More Fossils Show Stasis, Not Evolution

Where's the evolution? In these creatures, fossils show complex parts already working.

The Sense of Smell Seems Almost Magical

Smell is far more complex than believed, new research shows.

Engineers Follow Inspiring Creatures

From tiny to mighty, living cells, animals and plants inspire human technology.

Archive: How Do Plants Know When to Bloom?

From 20 years ago, this entry still raises awe about springtime flowering processes.

Clueless Scientists Ask Wrong Questions

By definition, you can't get a right answer to a wrong question.

New Book Presents C.S. Lewis as Warrior Against Evolutionary Naturalism

C.S. Lewis was the most effective anti-evolutionist of the last century.

Is Evolution Destroying Modern Medicine?

Impersonal health care is a symptom of a Darwinian worldview.

Archive: Christmas Stories from 2005

Here are a couple of entries relating to Christmas from 18 years ago.

James Tour Lab Hammers Cancer

James Tour's lab at Rice has found a way to hammer cancer cells to smithereens with light.

Archive: Horses’ “Vestigial Muscles” Are Really Dampers

This reprint from 22 years ago is sure to be a hit with horseback riders.

Transgenders Face Lifetime of Regret

Boys are boys. Girls are girls. Drugs and surgery cannot overcome mental issues.

Big Science Has Lost Its Way

Ruled by leftist academicians and globalists, scientific institutions have betrayed the public.

How DNA Is Packaged in Sperm Cells

No Evidence Exists for Sperm Evolution: More Complex than Assume Just a Few Months ago

The Greatest Miracle of Jesus

An eye surgeon considers the implications of giving sight to someone who never saw.

ID Pioneer Ponders Theology

A key figure in the intelligent design movement considers the worldview implications of the fine tuning he has documented.
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