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Venus Was Never Habitable

Venus has bad news and bad news: it was never earthlike, and models to determine its habitability are unreliable.

Nobel Prize Spotlights Cosmic and Organic Asymmetries

Heads or tails have equal probabilities, so why does nature sometimes prefer one over the other?

Is Plastic Natural?

Plastic pollution is an issue of serious concern that needs to be understood through the lens of chemistry.

Incontrovertible Dinosaur DNA Reported

Darwinists have changed strategies. They no longer deny the existence of dinosaur soft tissue. They just embrace cognitive dissonance.

Time Dilation in Evolutionary Rates

The speed of evolution is like general relativity. It goes fast or slow depending on the storyteller's frame of reference.

Secrets Under the Earth Revealed

More water inferred deep underground, and ancient canyons and rivers detected.

The Climate of Science and v.v.

The bluster of those speaking for science does not always match their objectivity.

Design of Life 2021 Update: Butterflies

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

Flying reptiles appear suddenly in the fossil record; their diversification in size and shape astonishes paleontologists.

Fertilization Launches Zinc Fireworks

"Beautiful to see, orchestrated much like a symphony" – this is how a fertilized cell announces a new individual.

Ideology Drives Theory at Grand Canyon

Geologists' open textbook remains an enigma because new ideas must first bow to consensus chronology.

How Did Dragonflies Come By an Intercept Capability?

Dragonflies can track a prey, anticipate its future path, fly to a rendezvous point on that path and intercept it.

Sunflower Science Without Darwinism

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

A popular urban sport takes rapid eye-body coordination. Squirrels do it flawlessly every time.

Glass Sponges: Lessons from the Deep

How can a "simple" or "primitive" sponge surprise engineers with its optimal physics?
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