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Ancient DNA Recovered from Caves

New techniques are allowing scientists to extract ancient DNA from cave soil. But is it really as old as claimed?

Biological Designs Worth Imitating

If these designs are so good that intelligent minds want to mimic them, who can believe they emerged by chance?

OOL’s Gold and Animism

What is the spark that turns molecules into life? For the materialist, it's the spirit of imagination.

Astrobiology’s Fantasy Universe

The media glosses over difficulties in its blind quest to look for the 'emergence' of life on other planets.

Human Body Curiosities

Things you didn't know about your ambulatory vessel, and things you may have wondered about.

Inspiring Life Tricks

These tricks are enough to make an inventor run to the patent office.

Weekend Biomimetics Parade

Here's a quick list of exciting news about how imitation of nature's designs is leading to wonderful inventions.

Non-Darwinian Biological Change

Scientists find many examples of biological change that do not fit the mutation-selection paradigm.

Fossil DNA Stuns Geologists

None of them would have believed DNA could survive over a million years. They have no explanation for its preservation.

Smart Scientists Borrow Natural Designs

Scientists and engineers are back in school, learning from the best teachers: plants and animals.

Celebrate Independence from Darwin

With so much great science news about design, who needs to maintain allegiance to King Charles?

Re-inventing Transportation by Watching Animals

Here are 3 ways science is advancing through the imitation of nature.

OOL Without Bluffing Is Nothing

Count the hopeful "could" words in a speculative NASA Astrobiology myth.

Barbiturates in Darwin's Warm Little Pond

Are barbituates the missing links to the origin of life?

Fossils Sprout New Tales

When unexpected things turn up in the fossil record, evolutionists get out their storytelling playbook.

Humans Could Be Much Healthier

Recent news about the body's remarkable powers raise questions about why we aren't better off.

Minimal Cell Challenges Naturalism

Origin of life theorists face a much higher "Mount Improbable" seeing a minimal cell with 473 genes.

Fossils that Defy Old Ages

Here are three things assumed to be old that look young. It's only the presumption of old age that forces the claims of millions of years.

Separating Old Bones from Living Storytellers

What happens when discrete bones are forced into a continuous narrative where they don't fit? Answer: storytelling.

New Things to Learn About Your Body

These news items about the human body are likely to surprise and delight you with how well you are made.

Homochirality: Computers Are Not the Real World

Homochirality: Computers Are Not the Real World

Evolutionary Anthropologists Startled by Racial Mixing in Africa

If they didn't expect recent genetic mixing from Europe into Africa, how certain are they about older human migrations?

Fossils Defy Slow, Gradual Deposition Over Long Ages

What do a virus and a whale have in common? They didn't fossilize slowly a long time ago.

Ancient Tissue Revolutionizing Historical Science

The ability to observe and reconstruct ancient DNA, proteins and tissues is bringing surprises to evolutionists.

Bacteria Share Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic resistance does not "evolve" in a Darwinian way. Rather, a new study shows that bacteria share their genetic information.

More to Thank God for in Your Body

Here's news about wonders in the human body you may not know about.

Dino Soft Tissue Confirms Creationist Prediction

Gleanings from the original paper show discoverers excited but surprised. Creationists are excited and gratified.

Origin of Life Theories Lost in Space

Scenarios for life's origin contradict one another and compete for implausibility.

Neanderthal News and the Limits of Organic Material Survival

Red blood cells and DNA samples raise questions about the decay time of soft tissue and genetic material.

Biomimetics Still Trending Up

The imitation of nature's designs (biomimetics) is all the rage, and shows no sign of slowing down.