Animals Display Mastery of Physics
March 31, 2022
From tiny to large, animals know how to use the laws of physics to their advantage.
Darwinism as a Drug
February 11, 2022
It's an upper like laughing gas that makes the user act silly. It's a sedative like soma that depresses the sense of responsibility.
SHLooping Undermines Scientific Understanding
January 26, 2021
It's the Stuff Happens Law plus Oops, throwing mud into the water of science, fouling understanding.
Fossils: Where’s the Evolution?
February 13, 2020
Animals larger than today's, appearing earlier than thought – how does that help Darwin's narrative?
Junk Darwinism Clutters Science
November 25, 2019
If an objective English teacher read a typical science paper, she would cross out the Darwinese as deadwood that adds nothing.
Experts Were Wrong About Killer Bees
August 16, 2019
Another doomsday scenario has been debunked: killer bees have calmed down and become nice. How, and why?
Living Fossil Giant Bee Challenges Evolution
March 27, 2019
Describing insects fossilized in amber is a matter of observable fact. Describing how they "evolved" is storytelling.
Small Wonders: Arthropods With Superpowers
May 4, 2017
Robot designers know that making things big is easy, but making them small is hard. How do you pack a multitude of capabilities in a tiny space? Consider these little guys.
Biological Designs Worth Imitating
April 20, 2017
If these designs are so good that intelligent minds want to mimic them, who can believe they emerged by chance?
Flowers Create 'Electric Landing Lights' for Bees
June 14, 2016
How do bees know which flowers to visit, and where on the flowers to land?
Biomimetics Inspires Education
March 7, 2016
Students and teachers are catching on to the potential of biological design to inspire good science.
Hair Makes You Bigger and Warmer
November 15, 2015
Scientists found that hair increases a beast's surface area by a factor of 100.
Insects Worth Respecting
September 12, 2015
Most six-legged creatures are small and we give them little notice. Here are surprises that entomologists are discovering in some very special insects.
The Spider, the Fly and the Octopus: Invertebrate Designs
May 21, 2015
Small animals without backbones are cleverly designed, leaving evolutionists scratching their heads.
Lower Animals: "Lower" Does Not Mean "Simpler"
August 1, 2014
Here are a few "lower" animals worth knowing about. They reveal astonishing design throughout the living world, but little support for evolution.