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News from the Living Waters

Animal heroes of the Illustra film "Living Waters" are still making headlines.

Science Evolves

Science has a historical and cultural character that cannot be extricated from its current consensus.

Earth Twin Still Missing in Exoplanet Trove

The Kepler spacecraft has found 2,325 exoplanets so far, but there's still no place like Earth.

Barbiturates in Darwin's Warm Little Pond

Are barbituates the missing links to the origin of life?

Design Inspires Scientific Advances

When you see cutting-edge science in materials and methods, you are likely to read "Inspired by Nature."

Evolutionists Debunk Basis for Title IX

There are innate biological differences between men's and women's sports interests, say evolutionary psychologists.

Life as the Communication of Information

Could the essence of life be not so much the material substrate, but the transfer of information?

Rearranging Deck Chairs on Sinking Planet Theories

Supernovas come in handy as theory rescue devices.

Body Wonders You Didn't Know You Had

We have some really advanced equipment running inside us.

Big Science in Big Trouble

The default religion of secularism has fallen from grace.

Why Chernobyl Neighbors Are Not Dying

Surprising scientists, both people and animals are doing OK around the world's worst nuclear accident site.

New Radiocarbon Measurement Device Promises Faster, Cheaper Date Testing

Dating of artifacts and fossils may become much more common thanks to a new instrument.

Plastic Proteins and Turtle Skis

Here's news about the latest technologies coming out of biomimetics, the imitation of nature's designs.

Who Knows the Evil that Darwinians Do?

Look no further for disproof of Darwinism than the horrid fruits of believing in it.

Humans Could Be Much Healthier

Recent news about the body's remarkable powers raise questions about why we aren't better off.
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