Aquatic Ape Theory Revised
April 23, 2020
An old theory that ape-man ancestors went through a swimming phase rises and falls, and is rising in popularity again.
Silly Darwinian Stories to Laugh At
April 16, 2018
The just-so storytelling empire continues. It doesn't have to be this way.
Unchallenged Darwinism Produces Sloppy Science
February 26, 2018
Any science needs open debate, but Darwinism is different: Big Science forbids it. Here are examples of ridiculous speculations that result. An Ancient Virus May Be Responsible for Human Consciousness (Rafi Letzter at Live Science). Your rationality is a mistake. Your ancient ancestor caught a virus, and woke up, transforming from zombie to person. This […]
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.
Planning Your Next Revolutionary Invention
October 22, 2016
To innovate something people will want, follow the leader: the Creator of living creatures.
Bacteria You Can Love
July 29, 2016
Wrongly feared only as agents of disease, many bacteria are allies in our quest for health.
Celebrate Independence from Darwin
July 4, 2016
With so much great science news about design, who needs to maintain allegiance to King Charles?
Anti-Darwinian Observations Require New Stories
April 23, 2016
Here are new findings that contradict traditional neo-Darwinian theory.
More to Thank God for in Your Body
July 4, 2015
Here's news about wonders in the human body you may not know about.
The Cures Are Inside You
October 22, 2014
Your body has the means to repair itself, if the right cells get into the right places.
Contenders for Mammal of the Month
July 28, 2014
Here are some furry friends that know how to impress scientists.
Body Wonders You Didn't Know About
March 29, 2014
Here's a collection of new findings about the body that should make us all stand in awe of what our Creator has provided.
Trillions of Helpers in Your Body and Brain
November 24, 2013
Recent discoveries in human physiology should cause us to stand in awe of the design of our earthly dwelling, especially at the scale of cells.
What's a Hairy Wood Ant Good For?
August 31, 2013
A humble, rare ant might help humans learn how to communicate better with networks. It's just one of many ways nature is inspiring technology that approaches perfection.
Nose Has Gain Control
December 28, 2012
Sound engineers know how to use gain control to avoid “redlining” or saturating the signal while amplifying weak but important signals. Your nose knows that trick, too. The sense of smell is complex because of the tremendous variety of odorant molecules that must be interpreted. Molecules that trigger signals in the initial neurons trigger a […]