Time to Get Down and Dirty
January 23, 2019
Staying too clean can be bad for you. Let your good germs take care of the bad ones.
Tiny Life Benefits the Whole World
April 19, 2018
Some very small organisms can produce global effects, such as the tiny crustaceans that stir the oceans every night. What would the oceans be like without life? If minerals, gases and nutrients had to mix by diffusion, the process would be very slow. Wind and currents could help somewhat. Now, Houghton et al., publishing in […]
Saturnians Are Safe from Cassini Germs
September 15, 2017
Cassini scientists crashed their spacecraft into Saturn today in order to protect possible life forms on Titan, Enceladus and other moons.
Life Helps Protect the Planet
July 1, 2017
When humans make a mess of things, our fellow organisms try to help. That's no excuse for our failures to be good stewards.
Enceladus Pumps Imagination into the Vacuum
April 17, 2017
NASA astrobiologists abandon scientific restraint in a naked push to titillate taxpayers for another vain quest to find life beyond Earth.
Darwin Follies and Fallacies, Part Three
April 1, 2017
It's hard to know where to stop with examples of Darwinian nonsense. For evolutionists, it's like April Fool every day. These are just some of the recent examples.
Searching for Life for Personal Glory
March 6, 2017
Are origin-of-life seekers really trying to understand life, or are they seeking fame and prizes?
Evolutionary Materialism Promotes Deadly Sins
February 12, 2017
Name a vice, and Darwinians will be there to rationalize it on evolutionary grounds. They claim proud ownership of the Seven Deadly Sins.
Cracks in the Climate Consensus?
January 18, 2017
It's still dangerous to challenge Big Science about climate change. In the new political climate, a growing number of voices are willing to take the risk.
Smart Scientists Borrow Natural Designs
August 3, 2016
Scientists and engineers are back in school, learning from the best teachers: plants and animals.
Bacteria You Can Love
July 29, 2016
Wrongly feared only as agents of disease, many bacteria are allies in our quest for health.
Stromatolites and Suppositions
March 15, 2016
We know some things about stromatolites, but we don't know what we don't know.
Are Paleomagnetic Measurements Reliable?
February 19, 2016
Dating of past geophysical history depends on magnetic measurements that may be in error.
Secret Animal Hideouts
January 20, 2016
Small animals can hide out in secret places, even in your own home.
Microbes Are Wired for Communication
October 23, 2015
New findings show surprising communication systems between bacteria, including power grids with tiny electrical cables.