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Darwinians Leap Over Flight Origins

It's one giant leap for Darwinkind: how to explain the origin of powered flight without engineering.

Bee Surprised

Insects influence the climate like thunderstorms? What else will scientists discover—or claim to discover?

Information Sharing Is Not Evolution

Scientists are finding that organisms can use libraries of functional information obtained from one another.

Dragonfly Cat Trick Explained

An upside down dragonfly can right itself faster than the blink of an eye.

Insect Wings: How Darwinists Fly Off Course

Asking the wrong questions can lead a scientist nowhere. A recent example is trying to explain insect wings.

Extreme Convergences Strain Credibility

The things one has to believe to maintain Darwinism should give reasonable people fits.

Spider Webs Are Big Ears

A spider web is not just a trap for prey. It's also a giant acoustic sensory antenna.

How Did Dragonflies Come By an Intercept Capability?

Dragonflies can track a prey, anticipate its future path, fly to a rendezvous point on that path and intercept it.

The Magical World of Darwin

Darwin bequeathed to humanity a world of miracles that happen constantly. How did he know? Things exist; therefore they evolved.

Fly Specialties Amaze Scientists

The humble housefly deserves some respect for its engineering design.

Desperately Defending Darwin

The desperation with which biologists and the media defend Darwin betrays underlying fear of creationists.

How the Darwinist Got His Just-So Story

Evolutionists are not yet ashamed enough about their storytelling habit, but there are some hopeful signs of embarrassment.

Un-crushable Beetle Surprises Scientists

A beetle that lives under tree bark can withstand crushing forces 39,000 times its body weight. It’s called the “diabolical ironclad beetle” and scientists are intrigued. Live Science tells about its lifestyle. Ironclad beetles (Phloeodes diabolicus) measure about 0.6 to 1 inch (15 to 25 millimeters) in length, and are found in woodland habitats in […]

Tiny Fly Beats Robots

Fruit flies dart, circle, zig and zag rapidly. Researchers gain some insight into how they do it so efficiently.

Plagues Can Arise Quickly Without Evolution

Smallpox and mosquitos illustrate how diseases can arise quickly and spread through human populations.
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