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Archer Fish Stars in New Movie

Illustra Media has just released a short documentary about an underwater sharpshooter: the Archer Fish!

How to Charge Your Smartphone on a Grill

It can be done, but there are certain other requirements that are not likely to happen naturally.

Early Humans Made Monumental Structures

No animal makes things on this scale. Humans are endowed with skill and foresight to plan big things.

Molecular Machines Labor 24×7 Every Day

It's Labor Day in America, but the molecular motors in your body never take a holiday break.

How to Comb a Jelly

To make a comb jelly attractive to a Darwinian, all you have to do is reduce the number of miracles required for its appearance.

JWST Surprises and Discoveries

Galaxies evolve quicker than expected, and stunning new images of Hubble classics dazzle the eyes.
Evolution: Possible or Impossible?

Coppedge Book Is Back Online

Long overdue, we have just re-uploaded Dr James F Coppedge's classic, Evolution: Possible or Impossible? to our website.

Gaze Anchoring Keeps Your Eye on the Ball

Without this automatic ability in the eye, vision would be awash in distracting information.

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.

The Wonder Material: Cartilage

The formerly simple tissue turns out to be both more complex and masterly designed.

HeadStart: New Online Tool for Science Students

A new website from the Creation Science Association of Alberta provides resources for the inquiring student.

Teachers Learn How to Fight Design in Class

Like military strategists, teachers are learning how to take countermeasures when they encounter intelligent design.

JPL Sued for Discrimination

Poetic Justice for A Darwin Skeptic: JPL Sued For Discrimination and Forced to Pay Out 10 Million Dollars in Restitution to Former Employees

Fingertips Can Detect Single Atom Differences

The touch sensitivity of finger skin could not be improved. There's a purpose for fingerprints, too.

Biology Needs Design, Not Darwin

Scientists need to stop using Darwin like a lucky charm.
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