May 8, 2023
If scientists knew as much as they think they do, they wouldn't be rethinking so many things so often.
Christian Chemist Saves the Planet in a Flash
May 31, 2022
Dr James Tour, a long-time critic of Darwinian evolution and origin of life theories, invents a process that can rapidly recycle any carbon substance.
Is Plastic Natural?
September 30, 2021
Plastic pollution is an issue of serious concern that needs to be understood through the lens of chemistry.
Another Big Science Fail Over Pollution
June 5, 2020
Is plastic polluting the world's oceans? Yes, but not nearly as much as hundreds of studies had claimed. Measure, don't assume!
Latest Bio-Inspired Technologies Will Improve Life
September 18, 2018
The world will be a better, more sustainable place if we can imitate how nature handles and organizes its materials.
Empirical Test of the Rafting Hypothesis
October 8, 2017
Evolutionists claim large mammals like monkeys made it across oceans on rafts of vegetation. Here was a chance to test the idea.
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.
Land Animals Can Raft Across Oceans
February 13, 2016
A research study about floating plastic debris illustrates how animals can cross oceans on floating rafts.
Humans Behaving Badly Ecologically
October 28, 2015
By driving some animals extinct, are humans damaging the whole planet? Who will be the judge?
Scientific Progress Is Spelled "Bio-Inspiration"
October 5, 2015
Need fundamental insights into physics and technology? Look no further than the living world.
Animals Overcome Limitations of Physics
October 16, 2014
The limits of human engineering have been overcome by animals in surprising ways worth imitating.
Entrepreneurs Find Gold in Nature
August 8, 2014
Inspiration for invention comes from everywhere in nature's engineering. At every level, there are designs worth imitating.
Three More Ways to Benefit from Nature's Designs
May 12, 2014
Three completely different biological mechanisms, at different scales of size, studied by different universities: all agree nature's designs are wonderful, but difficult to imitate.