VIEW HEADLINES ONLY

God’s Fireworks: No Competition

Independence Day in America is a day for fireworks. Let's compare the biggest artificial shows with God's performances.

More Laetoli Footprints Found

New Discovery of More Laetoli Human Footprints Print characteristics support the conclusion they were made by modern humans by Jerry Bergman, PhD In 1976, paleoanthropologist Mary Leakey reported finding what she judged to be ancient hominin footprints at a site in Laetoli, in northeastern Tanzania.[1] The footprints were in volcanic deposits dated to the Pliocene, […]

Bare Feet Were Made for Walking

Your feet can become hard against rough ground without sacrificing their sensitivity.

ATP Synthase Shows Reason for ‘Slippage’

The engine of life shows more engineering finesse with each new discovery.

Showdown: Is Dino Soft Tissue Just Bacteria?

By dismissing dinosaur soft tissue as bacteria, Field Museum scientists may have given creationists a selling point.

Cut the Habitable Worlds by Half (or More)

Astrobiologists figure that most earth-like planets give off toxic gases.

Spinning Solar System Objects to Keep Them Old

If you remove the obligation to think in billions of years, many phenomena in the solar system make more sense.

Where Did Earth’s Water Come From?

Water is just one big problem facing secular scientists who feel a need to explain everything without design.

More Excuses for Missing Dark Matter

How long can a theory survive repeated falsifications? Very long, when ideology (and funding) is at stake.

Designed Selection Is Not Evolution

When you insert mindful choice or programmed choice into a process, Darwinism disappears.

Super Designs in Amazing Animals, Part I

Animals of all kinds, sizes and shapes have mastered physical principles in astonishing ways.

Unusual Fossils Call for Unusual Explanations

Some recent fossil finds require creative storytelling, but the science is the data –not the story.

More Evidence Our Moon Is Young

Moonquakes are still occurring. Why didn't geological activity cease billions of years ago?

Complex Eyes of ‘Simple’ Clams Confound Darwin

The eyes of the lowly scallop have eyes of exquisite design, built on a principle unrelated to any putative evolutionary sequence.

Extreme Fine Tuning in Body Cells, Part 2

Here are two examples of an ultra-fine balance between function and disease inside the cells of our body's sensory cells (Part 2).
All Posts by Date