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Common Birds Astound Scientists

Look at some denizens of your garden or town and be amazed.

Easter Inspiration

Illustra's short film on Psalm 23 makes a great souvenir of Easter.

Evolutionary Psychology Tries to Replace Religion

Anything a church can do, evolution can do better, think evolutionary psychologists. But is science on their side?

Cave Paintings May Contain Codes

The Foresight of Our Paleolithic Ancestors: Ancient Cave Paintings Suggest Messaging

Is Science Returning to Mysticism?

Mysticism can take many forms. It can be god-of-the-gaps, or it can be refusal to consider the possibility of a immaterial causes.

Illustra Media Showcases the Wood Wide Web

The ways that plants communicate through underground fungal networks is illustrated in a dazzling new short film.

Cell Organelles that Defy Evolution: The Lysosome

New research proves that the lysosome system is much more complex than previously believed.

Much Ado About Ryugu

Uracil, a molecule found in RNA, has been reported in an asteroid. From media hype, one would think they discovered life.

How Authoritarianism in Science Prevents Objective Evaluation of Darwinism

Mockery is not an argument. Let the science speak.

Trilobite Ocelli Found; Like Compound Eyes, They Popped Into Existence

The so-called median eyes of many arthropods were thought to be missing in trilobites, but have now been discovered.

Darwinism, a Worldview for Bigots

Within Darwinism, you don't have to debate Darwin skeptics. All you have to do is mudsling and call names.

Horsemanship Began Recently

Evolutionists claim that intelligent humans existed a million years ago, but only learned to ride a horse a few thousand years ago.

How Secular Institutions Can Do Design Science

Design science is done any time a scientist assumes a purpose and looks for it. No overt appeals to religion or ideology are needed.

Zombie Science: Vestigial Organs Are Back!

The Vestigial Organ Claim: The Belief That Will Not Die—Evolutionists Attempt to Resurrect It Again!

Robot Design Cheered for Being Like a Seed

It's clever, and may help farmers, but common Erodium plants do it naturally all the time.
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