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Trends in Biomimetics: Copying Irreducible Complexity
March 3, 2018
Not everything in nature can be copied effectively for human engineering. Why? Nature is sometimes too good.
“Cosmologists Are Often Wrong, But Never in Doubt”
March 1, 2018
Astronomy used to be the flagship model of observational science. Now, the method is: embrace the dogma, then hunt for obscure details that might support it.
Space Entropy: The SpaceX Stunt as an Argument Against UFOs
February 9, 2018
A cosmic shooting gallery in space will make quick work of the racing car Elon Musk launched into space. Hint: it won't evolve into a Ferrari.
Creation vs Evolution: The Bombardier Beetle Challenge
February 8, 2018
Bombardier beetles made the news again this week. Creation scientists have long used them to challenge evolutionary theory. Can the Darwinians fight back?
Woodpeckers Have Multiple Protections Against Brain Injury
February 5, 2018
Any one of these adaptations would challenge Darwinian evolution, but all of them together in head-banging bird?
JPL Honors Explorer 1 Manager on 60th Anniversary *
January 31, 2018
Dr Henry Richter, who has contributed articles to CEH, is a VIP at NASA's 60th Anniversary celebration of America's first satellite. *Audio version included.
Can SETI Avoid Intelligent Design Implications by Rebranding?
January 25, 2018
A SETI leader thinks the label has outlived its usefulness and does not reflect what SETI scientists actually do.