Snake Bites Darwin
February 7, 2019
The origin of snakes and snake venom has become more puzzling to believers in Darwinian evolution.
First Lizard Was 100% Lizard
May 30, 2018
Evolutionists celebrate the earliest fossil lizard, but have to push back the origin of lizards by 75 million years.
Multiple Independent Animal Types Use Structural Color
August 24, 2017
The phenomenon is found in butterflies, fish, birds, and snakes, and scientists are rushing to imitate their secrets.
Dangers of Viewing Animal Death as Helpful
June 21, 2017
It's one thing to say an ecosystem can take care of recycling a carcass. It's another to say the ecosystem needs the carcass to thrive.
That Doesn't Look Like Evolution
October 1, 2015
Here are more findings, categorized under "evolution," that might turn heads and make one say, "Huh?"
Pathogens Don't Exist
December 10, 2014
It takes a partnership to have a disease, say two microbiologists who argue for ditching the word "pathogen."
Sex Cells: The Evolution (or Design) of Genitalia
November 6, 2014
There's been a lot of news about sex organs in recent days. Which does a better job of explaining the facts of life: design or evolution?
Biomimetics Is All About Design Inspiration
April 8, 2014
Scientists wouldn't rush to design things after nature's examples if they weren't well designed.
Fossil Facts and Fantasies
March 25, 2014
The stories told about some fossils raise more questions than answers, even with top Darwin spin doctors in the operating room.
Snakes on a Brain, and Other Evolutionary Stories
November 2, 2013
When evolution is seen as a storytelling game rather than a serious attempt at scientific explanation, it suddenly makes sense.
Inventors Covet Nature's Engineering
August 16, 2012
Scientists and entrepreneurs can't get enough of the design solutions found in the living world.
From Toxin to Medicine
May 10, 2012
Botulinum toxin (botox) is now big business in health and fashion, but few may remember it derives from one of the deadliest substances known in nature. Other examples show that some forms of "natural evil" can be seen in a different light.