Stay Healthy; Get Dirty
January 14, 2020
Studies of two people groups confirm that exposure to nature helps prime the immune system – among other benefits.
Secular Astronomy Fails, I: Solar System
November 6, 2019
From planets to stars to galaxies, objects don’t fit the expectations of materialists who work as astronomers. Here are cases where secular astronomers have to rewrite textbooks again, because what they’ve been teaching is wrong. This entry looks at solar system fails. A follow-up entry will deal with stars, galaxies and cosmology. Impact bombardment chronology […]
Beavers Clean the Soil
May 12, 2018
Without beaver dams, loss of nutrients from soil would increase, and pollutants from upstream erosion would afflict waterways.
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 […]
Antibiotic Resistance Didn’t Evolve; It Was Borrowed
June 23, 2017
A key 'proof' of evolution in action falls as scientists discover that pathogens don't invent resistance genes; they share them.
Reality Rushes Evolutionists
December 14, 2016
"Earlier than thought" is a common phrase encountered when evolutionists test their speculations against the real world.
When Data Doesn't Fit the Consensus
October 8, 2016
Like evolutionists, climate scientists have ways of oversimplifying or neglecting inputs that could challenge their paradigm.
Plant Brains Solve Problems
January 8, 2016
Without a physical brain or nervous system, plants know how to get about in place.
The Silent Underground Network
December 15, 2014
Under your feet in the woods is a vast communication network where information technology keeps the ecosystem functioning.
Soil, Sustainability, and the Blue Revolution
February 20, 2013
Life-sustaining resources are right beneath our feet, says a Penn State hydrologist.