Secrets Under the Earth Revealed
September 16, 2021
More water inferred deep underground, and ancient canyons and rivers detected.
The Climate of Science and v.v.
September 10, 2021
The bluster of those speaking for science does not always match their objectivity.
Design of Life 2021 Update: Butterflies
September 7, 2021
Illustra Media's Design of Life series opened many eyes to natural wonders. Here's what's new about butterflies, featured in their film Metamorphosis.
Pterosaurs Defy Evolution
September 2, 2021
Flying reptiles appear suddenly in the fossil record; their diversification in size and shape astonishes paleontologists.
Fertilization Launches Zinc Fireworks
September 1, 2021
"Beautiful to see, orchestrated much like a symphony" – this is how a fertilized cell announces a new individual.
Ginkgo ‘Living Fossil’ Trees Defy Evolution
August 31, 2021
"200 million-year-old" ginkgo tree leaves showcased but their fossils often preserve original plant material.
Darwinism Stretches Imaginations
August 27, 2021
Is the Gumby action figure of Darwin made of Flubber or Silly Putty? Either material works, depending on the need of the moment.
Ideology Drives Theory at Grand Canyon
August 26, 2021
Geologists' open textbook remains an enigma because new ideas must first bow to consensus chronology.
How Did Dragonflies Come By an Intercept Capability?
August 25, 2021
Dragonflies can track a prey, anticipate its future path, fly to a rendezvous point on that path and intercept it.
Sunflower Science Without Darwinism
August 13, 2021
Researchers do good work on sunflowers without descending into Darwinian storytelling Is it possible to do biology without evolution? Can you even talk about fitness and reproductive success without attributing it to blind forces of nature? After all, healthy species do reproduce successfully, or else they would be extinct. Noting that does not require […]
Squirrels: Urban Sports Champions
August 11, 2021
A popular urban sport takes rapid eye-body coordination. Squirrels do it flawlessly every time.
Glass Sponges: Lessons from the Deep
August 10, 2021
How can a "simple" or "primitive" sponge surprise engineers with its optimal physics?
How to Avoid Climate Screams
August 9, 2021
The epistemology of climate science reveals a wide gap between alarmism and empiricism.
Water on the Planetary Science Brain
July 30, 2021
Hydrocephaly is a physical brain ailment, but hydrobioscopy is a philosophical brain malady.
Living Fossils Disprove Evolution
July 29, 2021
A theory that uses the same process to explain both stasis and change is not a theory worth defending.