The Best Science Imitates Nature
March 4, 2019
Biomimetics has everything science desires: inspiration, motivation, understanding, and application. What’s not to like about biomimetics? It’s amazing. It’s interesting. Kids can like it. Parents can steer kids into careers in science with it. It’s usually ethical and non-controversial. And we can all benefit from the discoveries that are leading to applied understanding that comes […]
“Y” Your Inner Ear Hears So Well
May 17, 2018
A new paper about the inner ear shows an additional level of organization and architecture that increases sensitivity and frequency discrimination.
How Did Primitive Organisms Learn Physics?
August 26, 2017
Inspiring cases of ballistics, civil engineering and architecture can be found in some of the simplest of living organisms.
Spiders Play Silk Harps
September 7, 2016
Spider webs are so finely-tuned, they are like musical instruments that the creatures can strum or listen to.
Scientific Progress Needs Design, Not Darwin
June 16, 2015
Numerous papers advancing scientific knowledge rely on design principles, not evolutionary notions.
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.
Two Genetic Codes Are Better Than One
December 30, 2013
If a genetic language written in DNA is a problem for Darwinism, how about two languages written in the same sequence of letters?