Biomimetics Still Trending Up
March 28, 2015
The imitation of nature's designs (biomimetics) is all the rage, and shows no sign of slowing down.
March 27, 2015
From what we observe, we can draw inferences without the need to posit occult phenomena.
Animals Wonderful and Bizarre
March 24, 2015
The variety of living organisms on our planet is astonishing and often surprising. Here are a few examples that have come to light in news reports.
Orbital Ice Age Theory Melts
March 23, 2015
Orbital cycles do not cause ice ages, a new study suggests. Instead, the whole world experienced an ice age at the same time.
Geology Upset: Wind Carves Canyons Fast
March 19, 2015
According to a new study, wind carves canyons ten times faster than water. This has implications for theories on Mars and Earth.
Why Birds Don't Crash
March 18, 2015
A bird flying through a forest or city needs the reactions of a champion video gamer. It's got the software to do it.
March 15, 2015
Need inspiration? Look at designs in nature. Even secular scientists are getting inspired.
Water Worlds Tempt with Life, Not Youth
March 13, 2015
More and more planets and moons are suspected of having liquid water, but what should be the logical implications?
Evolving Butterfly Designs
March 9, 2015
Other than asserting that evolution made them, evolutionists are a-flutter when facing clear evidence of design in butterflies.
Physical and Geological Hurdles on the Darwinian Race
March 7, 2015
Can the smooth big-bang-to-brain story of evolution jump the physical and geological hurdles along the way?
March 4, 2015
Cosmologists act less like scientists and more like actors, the more that anomalies threaten their paradigm.
Animal PhDs in Physics
March 3, 2015
Many animals and plants have mastered physics and chemistry. Engineers would do well to learn from them.
Triassic Trackways Are Unique
March 2, 2015
Secular geologists claim that unique conditions prevailed when trackways were made by tetrapods in Triassic strata. Is this special pleading?
The Physics of Long Necks
March 1, 2015
Long-necked sauropods faced a fundamental problem in physics when stooping down to drink.
Backward Wiring of Eye Retina Confirmed as Optimal
February 27, 2015
You can't get any better performance out of an eyeball than the way it's designed, backward wiring and all.