Autism: Another Example of Evolution Misleading Science with Tragic Results
June 6, 2019
Darwinians taught for decades that noncoding DNA consisted of evolutionary leftovers, but science is finding more and more functions in it.
Watch the Birdie Develop
February 23, 2019
What's more common than a chicken? What's more phenomenal than a chicken? Watch the birdie in the video.
Human Body Curiosities
February 20, 2017
Things you didn't know about your ambulatory vessel, and things you may have wondered about.
Man's Days Are Numbered
October 30, 2016
The heart beats earlier than expected, but seems to have a limit.
Tinkering with Human Embryos More Brazen than Ever
May 5, 2016
Secular biologists want to see how long they can keep embryos in a dish before killing them.
Lightning-Fast Brain Explored
February 26, 2016
Transmissions in the brain are both complex and fast, scientists find.
Face Up: We Are Less than Neanderthals
December 11, 2015
The facial differences between us and Neanderthals amount to a slight matter of bone resorption during development.
Were Our Bodies Created for Self-Repair?
October 30, 2015
Studies of amphibians are suggesting that higher animals also had regenerative abilities that have been lost over time.
Neo-Darwinism Inadequate; Needs "Extension" and "Expansion"
August 7, 2015
A biologist and international collaborators want to change the assumption that neo-Darwinism explains biology.
"Natural Evil" May Be Broken Good
February 16, 2015
Things in nature we consider nasty are sometimes good systems that have broken.
Plants Are Clever
November 18, 2014
They may be stuck in the ground, but plants know how to get what they need. How do creation and evolution explain this?
Epigenetics Leads the Genetics News
August 21, 2012
More and more studies are revealing systems that regulate DNA. Here are some recent samples.
How the Tiger Got Its Stripes: Dunno
April 28, 2012
A leading hypothesis for morphogenesis (pattern formation, such as tiger stripes) has been shown to be oversimplified. Whatever gave a tiger its stripes is more complicated than developmental biologists thought.