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Eye Cornea Stuns Physiologists

It's more complex than assumed a few weeks ago, illustrating that as science progresses, evolution regresses.

No Evidence for the Evolution of Crab Eyes

This crab eye was complete, well-developed and functional, with soft tissue preserved.

Body Gifts to Stop Taking for Granted

There's more going on in our bodies than we know. We should exercise more gratitude.

Eyes Have a Well-Designed Support System

The eye support system is functional and well-designed: brow ridges, eyebrows, and eyelashes all serve important roles.

Fly Specialties Amaze Scientists

The humble housefly deserves some respect for its engineering design.

Unexpected Synergy in Bilateral Symmetry

Working on one side of the body affects the other side, even if it is idle. How can that be?

Trilobite Eyes Were Already Modern

Some trilobites had compound eyes similar to modern crustaceans and insects. They just popped into existence without ancestors.

Our Senses Did Not Evolve

Despite what evolutionists say, our bodies with their amazing senses are the work of a designing intelligence par excellence.

Popeye Surprises Evolutionists

Abrupt appearance is not evolution, especially when it appears in one of the very first animals in the fossil record.

Brain Provides Shortcuts for the Will

The brain is like a smart assistant, allowing previously-learned actions to be called up on demand.

Complex Eyes of ‘Simple’ Clams Confound Darwin

The eyes of the lowly scallop have eyes of exquisite design, built on a principle unrelated to any putative evolutionary sequence.

Wonders of the Equipment in Your Head

Look at what scientists are finding you can do, or is being done automatically for you.

How Flamingos Stand on One Foot

Mysteries of the universe unfold: how can flamingos sleep while standing on one foot? And why is it good to know?

Biological Designs Worth Imitating

If these designs are so good that intelligent minds want to mimic them, who can believe they emerged by chance?
F. Clark Howell, "Early Man" book, Time-Life Young Readers Edition, 1968, p. 33

Walk This Way: Body Designs Head to Toe

When you examine what makes us tick, you find intelligent design from the top down and from the bottom up.
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