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Morning Glory’s Designer Label clothing December 31, 2007
Whatever the flower colour of your morning glory plant, it did not evolve that way.

Is the Bible falsifiable? And would a real live ET do it? December 29, 2007
After making it clear to an anticreationist that we are prepared to ‘put it on the line’ concerning clear implications of the Bible’s cosmology, he comes back with more.

Biblical Archaeology: Year 2007 in review December 28, 2007
It’s been a big year for biblical archaeology, from the seal of Jezebel to the discovery of Nehemiah’s wall.

This compass points in the wrong direction December 27, 2007
This fantasy movie, of the Narnia genre, is based on the first part of a trilogy written by an atheist to promote his religion to children.

Christmas and Genesis December 25, 2007
How does creation relate to this season? Because the babe in Bethlehem was the Creator of the Universe!

The ‘fish gills’ girl December 24, 2007
When a spot on Leanne Burgess’ neck inflamed suddenly, her doctor blamed her fish ancestry. But Leanne knew better.

Christians shaped by experiences rather than the ‘Bible first’ approach December 22, 2007
Can Christians be deceived by supernatural phenomena to the extent that they reinterpret Scripture? Many do, but don’t realise it!

Godwit makes record Pacific flight December 21, 2007
Electronic tracking reveals precision navigation and engineering excellence

Does gene duplication provide the engine for evolution? December 20, 2007
There are a number of problems with evolution by gene duplication and mutation.

Curved spines and pregnant primates December 19, 2007
Researchers highlight one more example of design, but give evolution the credit, as always. So far, ho hum, same old story. But there’s another issue…

Fancy flying from advanced aeronautics: December 17, 2007
New discoveries about swift flight may help aircraft designers. Swifts also have such a sophisticated navigation system that they can find their way in their sleep.

Quotations in the New Testament: Do they mean that the quoted book is totally authoritative? December 15, 2007
One of the strongest arguments for the historicity and authority of Genesis is that Jesus quoted it that way. But what about some of the books that Jude quoted?

You bet there’s an impact! December 14, 2007
Is the creation issue having a negative or positive effect on evangelism?

‘Giants’ in the land: an assessment of Gigantopithecus and Meganthropus December 13, 2007
Has evidence of ‘bigfoot’ or giant humans been found in the fossil record?

Hibernation, Migration and the Ark December 12, 2007
A tiny marsupial that can hibernate for over a year—should we use this to help ‘explain’ the feasibility of a year-long journey by animals on the Ark?

CSI ... and CMI December 11, 2007
What has a crime scene investigation to do with the creation evolution issue? More than you might think.

Can a cow become a hog? December 10, 2007
Cows are marvelously designed to eat grass and turn it into milk. But we often treat them like pigs in what we feed them, with bad consequences.

Defending vital doctrines and the deity of Christ December 8, 2007
Do we really confess Jesus as God? To understand New Testament confessions, it is important to understand the Old Testament basis. Many Old Testament references to God/YHWH/Jehovah are applied to Jesus.

Hadrosaur hi-jinx December 7, 2007
A very well preserved fossil hadrosaur challenges ideas about dinosaur morphology. Could it have unfossilised soft tissue as well?

Apoptosis: cell ‘death’ reveals Creation December 6, 2007
Programmed cell death is an intricately controlled and irreducibly complex process, without which no multicellular life could live.

A great way to spread the news December 5, 2007
Inexpensive brochures now available for you to download and print. Use them for local outreach.

Christians, planning your next retreat? How about an advance instead? December 4, 2007
Calvin Smith makes a sobering assessment of Christianity in Western society today and issues a clear challenge to action.

Life in a test-tube December 3, 2007
Many think that Stanley Miller’s famous 1953 experiment showed that life could arise from non-living chemicals. But real chemistry shows that the chemicals Miller produced would react in the wrong way for life to form.

Evolution v the reliability of the Bible December 1, 2007
Is evidence for evolution really evidence for creation? If Genesis is untrue, what does this say about the rest of Scripture?

Is Genesis poetry / figurative, a theological argument (polemic) and thus not history? November 30, 2007
The ‘Genesis is poetry’ (Framework Hypothesis) idea is thoroughly self-inconsistent and nebulous, but also undermines the Gospel at its foundations.

The story of Jericho November 29, 2007
Is there any evidence for the Israelite conquest and destruction of Jericho?

Believe it or not—the earth is young! November 28, 2007
Evidence mounts that the earth is not millions of years old. What does that mean for me?

Even a tiny virus has a powerful mini-motor November 27, 2007
A new virus must pack lots of DNA quickly. It is reeled in by a motor that’s stronger for its size than a car engine, and can even change speed.

Islam and worldview: the big picture November 26, 2007
Long before 9/11, with the cold war still active, Darrell Furgason was warning that radical Islam, not communism, was the major coming threat to the West.

When is a fossil not? November 24, 2007
The lack of fossils of pre-Flood people is understandable, but where are the fossils of post-Flood people—shouldn’t there be lots?

Loving the Bible too much? November 23, 2007
Many evangelicals are biblically ‘spot on’—everywhere but Genesis. With the biblical evidence being so clear, what is the barrier for these good folk?

CCR5-delta32: a very beneficial mutation November 22, 2007
A mutation in this gene can provide resistance against HIV. Are beneficial mutations like this evidence for evolution?

‘Plugging the back door’ November 21, 2007
Church programs and ‘isms’ fail to retain the flock. Why the entertainment factor doesn’t last.

The naturalistic attack on the Virginal Conception and Resurrection November 20, 2007
Naturalism, the antibiblical foundation of evolution and ‘long ages’, attacks the very heart of Christianity.

Vision control November 19, 2007
The tiny muscles that control your eyeballs are unbelievably designed—precision micro mechanics.

The old ‘Who created God?’ canard revisited November 17, 2007
So who made the Maker? Does this argument mean there was no maker at all? What are the implications for Christianity v atheism?

A ‘wrongful birth’? November 16, 2007
A huge sum was awarded to a couple for having a live child rather than a dead one. This shows how some American courts undermine innocent human life.

The uniformitarian challenge of ultrahigh-pressure minerals November 15, 2007
They challenge uniformitarian pictures of continental drift, but what do they mean for creationist models?

The media spin on the creationists November 14, 2007
A response to The creationist spin on our origins by the Toronto Star

The early chapters of Genesis and evolution November 13, 2007
Why attempts to reconcile Genesis and evolution on the part of Christians result in compromise.

Fossil ant found alive! November 12, 2007
Better watch where you walk … lest you tread on an ‘extinct’ ant!

Is the Bible falsifiable? November 10, 2007
Would the discovery of a real live alien falsify the Bible? What’s the Biblical view?

Inside the mind of a killer November 9, 2007
The Finnish high school tragedy once again shows that ideas have consequences.

Problem of short-lived radionuclides: design perspective November 8, 2007
They are commonly used to argue against a young earth, but what role did accelerated decay rates and abundances play?

Fantastic voyage November 7, 2007
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of an article from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.

Correcting the headlines: Promiscuity is NOT in our genes November 6, 2007
When anthropologists get ancient man’s history wrong, it unfortunately affects modern man—men and women—too.

The Taung skull controversy November 5, 2007
Famous for promoting evolution through a fossil ‘ape man’, Raymond Dart wanted to be a medical missionary in his youth. What happened?

‘In Peleg’s days, the earth was divided’: What does this mean? November 3, 2007
What exactly was divided in Peleg’s day, and how? How should we understand the meaning of words in Scripture?

Accelerated nuclear decay extinguishes ‘extinct nuclides’ argument November 2, 2007
Old claims for an old earth are overturned by new evidence and new concepts

A baraminology tutorial with examples from the grasses (Poaceae) November 1, 2007
How do we go about determining the original biblical ‘kinds’?

Al Gore’s inconvenient errors October 31, 2007
There are similarities between the debate over global warming and the mandatory teaching of evolution in schools.

Good design in miniature October 30, 2007
When William Eberhard studied the orb web-building abilities of the tiniest of tiny spiders, he was in for a big surprise.

Answering life’s big questions October 29, 2007
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.

Corals and sponges and ur-complexity* October 27, 2007
Secular scientists are continually expressing astonishment at the complexity they find in creatures they presume to be primitive, and at the fact that they contain a proportion of DNA sequences identical to those in humans.

Massive graveyard of parrot-beaked dinosaurs in Mongolia October 26, 2007
Paleontologists puzzle about the cause of death but miss the obvious clue.

The design of tears: an example of irreducible complexity October 25, 2007
Tears perform an amazing variety of functions to help us see and feel.

Beware the bubble’s burst October 24, 2007
Increased knowledge about cavitation highlights the destructive power of fast-flowing water.

Godless girls’ god October 23, 2007
Why the generational shift in outlook evident in today’s young women?

Out of this world! October 22, 2007
You might be surprised at who believes in UFOs.

Serpents and dust; Christians and salt October 20, 2007
Do snakes really ‘eat dust’ as the Bible says? And can salt really lose its saltiness, as Jesus said?

Natural Selection: Superpower? … or Kryptonite! October 19, 2007
Evolution needs a ‘Superman’, but neither Richard Dawkins nor Natural Selection can supply one.

Dawkins’ eye revisited October 18, 2007
Ophthalmologist dismantles Dawkins’ arguments for the evolution of the eye.

Appendix: a bacterial ‘safe house’ October 17, 2007
New research suggests function for appendix in maintaining good digestive bacteria populations.

Cats from Shinar, not Egypt October 16, 2007
The domestic cat ancestors of Cleopatra’s cat (assuming she had one) lived near two famous rivers.

Colourful creature coats October 15, 2007
Mutations cause variety in the coat colours of animals. These mutations are all ‘downhill’, in the wrong direction for mutations to make microbes-to-man evolution feasible.

Selfish Genes: is the idea anti-biblical? What should Christians think of it? October 13, 2007
The ‘selfish gene’ idea is being used to teach evolution. But surely a mindless gene can’t really exhibit selfishness, so what does it mean, and does it really support evolution?

UK Government petitioned over origins teaching in schools October 12, 2007
The British Government has acknowledged that ‘There is scope for pupils to discuss the origins of the Earth and living things in religious education lessons’.

The riddle of paleokarst solved October 11, 2007
Are there ancient buried landscapes, and how do they fit into a biblical model?

A gorge in three days! October 10, 2007
How does a gorge form so quickly?

Building blocks … or stumbling blocks? October 9, 2007
When constructing a building, the foundation is the key to stabilizing the structure.

Amazing armoured armadillos of the Americas October 8, 2007
Once rare in Texas, the armadillo’s ‘conquest’ of that state—and beyond—conveys a strong message.

Did God create man to be an eternal companion for His son Jesus Christ? October 6, 2007
Why did God create mankind? Was it that God was lonely, or that He wanted companions for His son Jesus?

Genocide, evolution and the Bible October 5, 2007
When asked ‘What is the most important book of all time?’, a popular science magazine gets the initial part of the answer right, but its reasoning is way wrong.

New bacteria show ‘wonder upon wonder’ October 4, 2007
Unique chemical reactions in new micro-organisms defy evolution.

Footprint fiasco October 3, 2007
If radiometric dating is objective science then why do researchers disagree so widely over the results?

‘Jurassic Park’ feathers? October 2, 2007
Does a fossil arm bone from a Velociraptor suggest dinosaurs had feathers?

Colossal Crystals October 1, 2007
Visiting a Mexican cavern 300 metres (1000 ft) underground, which is crammed full of monstrous crystals, is said to be ‘like walking into the Land of the Giants.’

Dawkins and the origin of genetic information September 29, 2007
Richard Dawkins, asked for an example of a mutation that can be seen to add information to the genome, failed to answer. A defender claims the question was not legitimate.

Plucking the dinobird September 28, 2007
Latest ‘dinobird’ fossil Mahakala omnogovae is a little fossil that means little for dino-to-bird evolution.

The genetics of skin colour in people—something fishy? September 27, 2007
What can a fish gene tell us about human ‘races’ and the origin of ‘black’ and ‘white’ skin colour?

More ‘Sleeping Beauty’ bacteria September 26, 2007
Once again, bacteria have been revived from Antarctic ice said to be eight million years old.

Disconnected from reality September 25, 2007
Why the trend to move away from the solid truth of God’s Word to subjective moods and feelings?

Diamonds: a creationist’s best friend September 24, 2007
These brilliant and hard gems are almost pure carbon. Recent research shows they contain some radiocarbon. But since this should have all decayed in under a million years, how could the diamonds be billions of years old as evolutionists believe?

‘Selfish gene’ theory, the ENCODE project and ‘vestigial’ muscles September 22, 2007
What is ‘selfish gene’ theory? And is the palmaris longus muscle in the arm ‘vestigial’?

A Christian response to radiometric dating September 21, 2007
An evangelical Christian says the science of radioactive dating is reliable, and that Christians should accept that the earth is old. See why this claim is wrong.

The supposed consistency of evolution’s long ages September 20, 2007
Why do the different dating methods seem to agree?

Submarines with fish fins? September 19, 2007
Engineers want their underwater survey vehicles to be able to do what fish can do.

Riddle Me This … ! September 18, 2007
Sometimes puzzles have a serious message.

Earth is ‘too special’? September 17, 2007
Evolutionists propose that Earth formed by itself from dust particles colliding together. But astronomers are realizing that this just-so story requires some incredibly unlikely ‘coincidences’.

Froward Fossils and Cyberspace Heaven September 15, 2007
Why do new fossils refuse to conform to evolutionists’ expectations? And can personalities be downloaded and updated?

Homo habilis hacked from the family tree September 14, 2007
Evolutionists have been disagreeing about the validity of Homo habilis as a human ancestor. Now it seems they all agree, for different reasons, that it is not.

The origin of bubonic plague September 13, 2007
How did a harmless bacterium become a killer?

An eye for detail September 12, 2007
Researchers have discovered that when your eye involuntarily ‘jitters’, it’s actually performing a very crucial function.

The slow rise of dinosaurs September 11, 2007
New fossil finds cause evolutionists to revise dino evolution theories

Something more or less? September 10, 2007
The Manx cat has something missing while the Manx Loughtan sheep has something extra—but neither of these support evolution.

Inaria, Kimberella and ‘primitive’ myths September 8, 2007
Be wary of evolutionary indoctrination arriving in your mail box—or stamp collection.

Galloping Giants September 7, 2007
Asked how humans could have survived in a world of tyrannosaurs, creationists have cited research indicating they were much slower than thought. But now new research claims otherwise.

Eggceptionally different September 6, 2007
More cracks for dino-to-bird belief. Electron microscopy shows dinosaur eggs are unique.

Wild, wild floods! September 5, 2007
The Brits now think they were separated from mainland Europe by a catastrophic megaflood. When did it happen and what does it mean?

Lunar eclipse, loony offerings September 4, 2007
Last week’s lunar eclipse elicited quite a response from some people

Did men really land on the moon? September 3, 2007
Jonathan Sarfati chats with NASA scientist Michael Tigges about outer space and Genesis

Human tails and fairy tales September 1, 2007
Have there really been people with functioning tails, and if so, are they vestigial?

‘Glacier Girl’ on a mission August 31, 2007
Ice-bound plane flies its original mission.

Meta-information August 30, 2007
Recent discoveries of how the non-protein coding DNA controls the protein-coding part and how cells replicate give evolutionists a seemingly incurable headache.

The good, the bad and the evolutionary August 29, 2007
‘Bad design’ arguments of evolutionists are badly designed

The ‘artificial life’ deception August 28, 2007
Scientists claim ‘artificial life’ is 3–10 years away. What does this mean for creation?

Prison power August 27, 2007
Answering ‘Genesis Questions’ reaches young offenders for Christ.

Vaccines cultured on aborted fetal tissue? August 25, 2007
What should Christians think of vaccines? Do they have immoral sources? The response reaffirms our principle of being pro-Bible rather than anti-establishment for its own sake.

Communism and Capitalism both fear Creationism August 24, 2007
Former communist countries are much more open to creation than the west, though EU pressure is growing for them to push evolution.

Is the human male nipple vestigial? August 23, 2007
Evolutionists often argue that some organs are a throwback to our evolutionary past because they don’t seem to have a function. Is this true of the male nipple?

Brilliant brittlestars: August 22, 2007
Brittlestars have one huge compound eye, made of an array of perfect microlenses, with hardly any optical distortion. Researchers didn’t dream that nature had such advanced optical technology.

Fibre optics in eye demolish atheistic ‘bad design’ argument August 21, 2007
Is our eye harmed by ‘backward wiring’? No! Not only is it necessary, but eyes have a fibre optic plate to guide light through the nerve net to receptors.

Stalin’s ape-man Superwarriors August 20, 2007
The ruthless dictator’s dream of a race of ape-human hybrids to use as ‘cannon fodder’—fantasy or plausible history?

‘God doesn’t care a bit’ about origins? August 18, 2007
Does it matter what we believe about origins? Isn’t helping the poor more important? The response explains why the issue of origins does matter in many ways—including helping the poor.

Beaded ornaments challenge ‘progressive creationists’ August 17, 2007
Can you rely on Hugh Ross’s Reasons to Believe teaching concerning your human origins? Not when they keep changing their story to keep up with the evolutionists.

Fossil axe-head? August 16, 2007
Has a fossilised axe head been found from a pre-Flood culture?

Who wants to be a millionaire? August 15, 2007
A group is offering a prize of one million dollars for anyone who can demonstrate how the genetic code could come into existence naturally.

A new age of quantum madness August 14, 2007
You and I help to create the physical world, including the laws by which it operates? Bizarre mystical notions like this are increasingly being taken seriously by top scientists.

Denied the prize August 13, 2007
Frederick Banting and John MacLeod are renowned for having shared the 1923 Nobel Prize as the first to discover insulin. But Romanian creationist professor Nicolae Paulescu had beaten them to it.

Alien Apologetics August 11, 2007
Can Christians co-opt secular psychology’s idea of ‘externalizing anxiety’ to reach UFO believers who resist ‘logic’ and ‘evidence’?

‘Take it down!’ August 10, 2007
Evolutionists abandon the idea of 99% DNA similarity between humans and chimps

Web access now available to Journal of Creation August 9, 2007
In-depth creation research to be progressively made more widely available.

Intriguing instincts August 8, 2007
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of an article from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.

Water inside fire August 7, 2007
The Beijing anomaly, deep inside the earth, suggests Earth’s history was much different from what is usually envisaged.

Aping humans August 6, 2007
Can chimps really be taught basic human language? An evolutionist researcher debunks some of the wilder claims.

Could Jesus’ body have been stolen before the guards arrived? August 4, 2007
Do sceptics of the Resurrection have a loophole? No, their scenario overlooks both the cultural context, and requires such an implausible combination of circumstances that can only be called special pleading.

Is Richard Dawkins weakening? August 3, 2007
In a BBC interview, the world’s most renowned atheist lets slip that he ‘respects’ the ‘rather profound idea’ of a ‘cosmic intelligence’ behind the laws of the universe.

Paleokarst—a riddle inside confusion August 2, 2007
Uniformitarian ‘ancient buried landscapes’ are not what they are claimed to be, and definitely not a problem for a young earth.

The ‘Great Global Warming Swindle’ Debate August 1, 2007
A controversial TV documentary screened by Australia’s anticreationist ABC is reviewed, with some interesting points and tie-ins for biblical creation.

New archaeological find affirms Old Testament historicity July 31, 2007
The discovery of a tablet with details of one of Nebuchadnezzar’s court officials supports the historicity of the book of Jeremiah.

A lousy story July 30, 2007
A louse fossil, so well-preserved that even its last meal is visible in its stomach, is just like lice today. Can the evolution story explain it?

Sheep and goats? Since when? July 28, 2007
Is all speciation post-Flood, or did some speciation occur pre-Flood? Did people breed sheep and goats before the Flood?

Theological colleges—on ‘the slippery slope’? July 27, 2007
A leading New Zealand Bible college, with a fine evangelical Statement of Faith, backs a pro-evolutionary conference that undermines it.

The Cygnus Loop—a case study July 26, 2007
Age estimates of stellar explosions send shockwaves through cosmological community

What good is Christianity? July 25, 2007
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.

Warm-climate penguins July 24, 2007
Fossil penguin discoveries confuse evolutionists; suggest another possible pre-Flood habitat for semi-aquatic animals.

Wood petrified in spring July 23, 2007
Japanese researchers report that, in real life, wood can turn into stone much faster than geologists previously thought.

Is Young-Earth Creationism a heresy? July 21, 2007
An anticreationist attacks biblical creation as heresy, although biblical heresy is an oxymoron. The response also refutes a common argument about the absence of short-lived isotopes, beloved of atheists and progressive creationists, and answers some alleged biblical contradictions.

Loch Ness ‘monster’ caught on video? July 20, 2007
The ‘finest footage ever taken’ of something moving in Scotland’s ‘most mysterious’ lake has stirred debate once again. Could a plesiosaur be living in the loch’s deep, murky waters?

High-redshift quasars produce more big bang surprises July 19, 2007
Big bang cosmology fails to explain high-redshift quasars. But how do we then explain them?

Putting chimpanzees, ‘hominids’, and humans in their proper place July 18, 2007
Why the evolving ‘progressive creation’ view of human origins matches neither Scripture nor the fossil evidence.

Evan vs Noah July 17, 2007
What are the lessons from the film, and how does it compare with the true history of the world?

Eat your Brussels sprouts! July 16, 2007
The variety in the cabbage family speaks of how God created plants with a built-in capacity to diversify—within limits.

Misotheist’s misology: Richard Dawkins attacks Michael Behe July 14, 2007
Antitheists argue against any challenge to their materialism, but use many fallacies to do so. Richard Dawkins is a prime example in his recent tirade against Michael Behe.

Correcting the headline: ‘Coelacanth’ yes; ‘Ancient’ no July 13, 2007
Instead of ignoring news reports with an evolutionary ‘spin’, we can ‘de-evolutionise’ them for powerful use in outreach.

Temporal changes in the ageing of biblical patriarchs July 12, 2007
Comparison of biblical life spans with those of modern human populations indicates that the ages of the patriarchs are not exaggerated.

Big birdosaur blues July 11, 2007
New fossil find creates problems for dino-to-bird evolution.

For whom the (alarm) bells toll? July 10, 2007
Secular humanist sees the teaching of creation as a threat—especially when it’s done outside the churches.

Kata Tjuta: an astonishing story July 9, 2007
Kata Tjuta, a famous Australian tourist attraction amazes visitors. Visit the Olgas in Central Australia and discover what is so astonishing.

Methuselah and the Ark; Dirt and ‘supergerms’ July 7, 2007
Why did God find favour only with Noah if Methuselah was still alive? And if ‘supergerms’ really are super, how could a dosing of ‘dirt-common’ germs defeat them?

What really happened at Roswell? July 6, 2007
Hundreds of thousands of ‘true believers’ celebrate the famous ‘Roswell aliens incident’ every year. But what really happened?

Creationist cosmologies explain the anomalous acceleration of Pioneer spacecraft July 5, 2007
Groundbreaking research in the latest Journal of Creation explains the anomalous acceleration of the Pioneer spacecraft.

An open letter to the editors of Nature July 4, 2007
Don’t you think it odd that you are now using your scientific reputation to push a religious agenda?

Astonishing DNA complexity update July 3, 2007
The study that has overturned the idea of ‘junk DNA’ has also revealed yet more astonishing complexity.

Noah’s long-distance travelers July 2, 2007
Well-rounded quartzite boulders, scattered over mountain tops, speak powerfully of the global Flood.

Was Leviathan a Parasaurolophus? June 30, 2007
Leviathan has long been a puzzle, but a likely solution is in sight. A major problem was the limits on the information that fossils can provide.

National emergency in Australia June 29, 2007
The fruit of forty years of evolutionary policies is shaking a nation

Neandertal speech capability and the limitations of osteological analysis June 28, 2007
Some claim Neandertals couldn’t produce modern human vowel sounds. But what can examination of skeletal remains really tell us about speaking ability?

New intelligent design concept applies to all aspects of life June 27, 2007
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of an article from the soon-to-be-released Journal of Creation. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed journal’s powerful content and explanatory graphics.

Amazing discovery: Bird wing has ‘leading edge’ technology June 26, 2007
Jumbo jets have certain design features enabling safe take-off and landing at slower airspeeds than in mid-flight. It turns out that one of those design features—previously unknown in birds—eagles use brilliantly.

Knowing toil, knowing soil June 25, 2007
Agricultural scientist Dr. Craig Russell is yet another living example of a Bible-believing Ph.D. scientist actively doing cutting-edge research with direct benefits to the community.

Atheism is more rational? June 23, 2007
Is atheism simply non-belief or an active belief? Who has the ‘burden of proof’: atheists or theists.

Tall tales in the trees June 22, 2007
Evolutionists are now saying that man’s ability to walk upright evolved when his ancestors were still in the trees, rather than after having already descended to the ground.

The history of the rise of materialism in Western society June 21, 2007
Anti-biblical philosophies from the 17th century paved the way for the acceptance of evolution.

Astonishing DNA complexity uncovered June 20, 2007
A major study of human DNA reveals that there is probably no such thing as ‘junk DNA’. This makes the case for creation even more overwhelmingly powerful.

‘How do I do my assignment about evolution?’ June 19, 2007
Bible-believing students can get top marks in evolution courses—it helps to know more about evolution than the evolutionists want you to know!

Rare Australian fish has fins like hands June 18, 2007
‘Walking’ fish such as the Australian handfish are not transitional forms but living testimony of creation.

How do people come into a right relationship with God? June 16, 2007
How did people who lived prior to Jesus’ time get saved, as they could not have put their faith in him? And how does that apply to Muslims?

Australia’s drought exposes ‘drowned town’ June 15, 2007
Australia’s drought has exposed places not seen for half a century, stirring painful memories for some old-timers. Did Noah have a similar experience?

Genetic algorithms and robotic folly June 14, 2007
Robots designed by genetic algorithms don’t support evolution

Helping the needy—with Creation? June 13, 2007
Surprising research facts about who really helps the poor

Darwinian thought police strike again June 12, 2007
Pro-ID astronomer Guillermo Gonzalez has been denied tenure at Iowa State University, despite having exceeded by 350% his department’s standard for research excellence in peer-reviewed publications.

Bypassing the cracks June 11, 2007
Evolution’s champion Richard Dawkins gave the Tabanus horsefly a starring role in his anti-creationist book The Ancestor’s Tale.

‘Southwest Colorado Man’ and the year of the one-tooth wonders June 9, 2007
An enquirer asks about ‘Southwest Colorado Man’. This gives an opportunity to discuss some of the other amazing ‘human evolution’ claims made on the basis of fragmentary evidence.

Who gets the kidney—and lives? June 8, 2007
Imagine being able to ‘vote’ by SMS on who lives or dies; a Dutch ‘reality TV’ show turns out to be a hoax, but helps show inconsistencies in evolutionary thinking.

Fast stars challenge big bang origin for dwarf galaxies June 7, 2007
Stars in dwarf galaxies move away from each other too fast for big bang billions of years.

Decoding the dogma of DNA similarity June 6, 2007
The supposed DNA similarities between chimps and humans are often touted as evidence of common ancestry. But such dogma is disintegrating.

Terrible lizards trapped by terrible Flood June 5, 2007
What happened to the dinosaur struggling to maintain its course in deep flowing water?

The travel bug June 4, 2007
Even tourism is pervaded with evolutionary thinking. But alert travelers can demonstrate the truth of the Bible, when they know what to look for.

CMI answers philosophy/religion professor on biblical exegesis and the problem of evil June 2, 2007
Why is there suffering in the world? And how do we explain some of the ‘harsh’ laws of the Old Testament?

Making a man out of a chimp June 1, 2007
Another push to give human rights to great apes reminds us of how evolutionary belief leads to the downgrading of people and the elevation of animals.

Evolutionary professor encourages critical thinking May 31, 2007
Admits universities use propaganda tactics to teach evolutionary message.

Losing faith: how secular scholarship affects scholars May 30, 2007
The impact of secular ‘scholarship’ on a person’s worldview is a warning for us and our children.

Was my salvation unimportant to you? May 29, 2007
A life changed by the truth of creation is now helping to reach others.

Darwin’s ‘yard apes’ May 28, 2007
A deadly hurricane exposes an even deadlier philosophy.

Did God know that Adam would sin before He created him? May 26, 2007
Why did God create us in the first place, if He knew we were going to sin—wouldn’t that make God responsible for sin?

Feathery flight of fancy May 25, 2007
Microscopy of the famed Sinosauropteryx ‘dino-bird’ fossil shows the idea of ‘protofeathers’ fails under close scrutiny

Scriptural constraints on the variation of water level during the Genesis Flood May 24, 2007
A detailed examination of the biblical chronology sets the hydraulic framework for models of the Flood event.

Letter to an atheist: A birdbox and a tree May 23, 2007
How do you show someone there’s a Creator? You can simply point to the things around you—in this example, a birdbox and a tree—and ask a few telling questions.

Occam’s Razor and creation/evolution May 22, 2007
When Occam’s Razor is applied to aspects of the creation/evolution debate, the results are clearly on the side of creation and against evolution.

Seeing a way through the forest May 21, 2007
World War II refugee Dr Joe Havel experienced the catastrophic effects of evolutionary philosophy under the Nazis. He eventually escaped to Australia where his scientific research in forest ecology strengthened his conviction that evolution is a ‘destructive and flawed theory’.

Should CMI take a stand on eschatology? May 19, 2007
Why disagreements over Revelation are generally qualitatively different to those over Genesis.

Darwin and eugenics May 18, 2007
Many evolutionists claim that ‘Social Darwinism’ is a distortion of Darwin’s teaching. Yet he clearly held to many social Darwinist views, and his cousin and son promoted eugenics.

Ecology, biodiversity and Creation May 17, 2007
The study of natural relationships in biology has revealed remarkably designed ‘services’, without which life could not survive and thrive on Earth.

Bunchberry bang! May 16, 2007
High-speed video cameras have catapulted the bunchberry dogwood plant into the spotlight—and the record books.

Did dinosaurs really rule the earth? May 15, 2007
Why the ruling evolutionary paradigm about an ‘age of dinosaurs’ should be deposed.

Off the menu … May 14, 2007
Carnivorous fish such as the Oriental sweetlip and the coral rock cod placidly allow the cleaner wrasse and cleaner shrimp to crawl in and out of their mouths without harming them—what’s the story?

Conspiracy and doomsday scenarios: should Christians be worried? May 12, 2007
Was the US Government really behind 9/11? Is destructive weather really being generated by secret ‘scalar interferometry’ weapons? Are such claims true, and what should Christians do about it?

Genesis—the seedbed of all Christian doctrine May 11, 2007
A compact, point-by-point demonstration of the oft-stated and important claim that virtually all Christian doctrine is dependent on, or founded in, the history in the book of Genesis.

Is the evolutionary tree turning into a creationist orchard? May 10, 2007
Genome sequences of microorganisms create problems for the evolutionary tree but support the biblical ‘kind’ concept.

Hosing down the hype May 9, 2007
Earth-like planet claim increases hope of finding extraterrestrial life. But is this justified?

Birds: fliers from the beginning May 8, 2007
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of an article from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.

Radiohalos May 7, 2007
Tiny features in granite rocks make no sense in an evolutionary framework, but are powerful evidence of biblical creation and the Flood.

What is ‘good’? (Answering the Euthyphro Dilemma) May 5, 2007
A reader brings up an ancient dilemma about God and goodness. A biblical understanding grasps both horns of the dilemma.

No more love for Lucy? May 4, 2007
For decades, ‘Lucy’ has been anthropology’s favourite ‘pin-up’ example of evolutionary transition from apes to humans. But she’s just been ignominiously dumped.

Only one Lake Missoula Flood May 3, 2007
Rapidly deposited rhythmites suggest it’s one of the largest floods in history, and a model for something even bigger.

‘Out of Africa’ theory going out of style? May 2, 2007
The skeletal remains of an ‘early’ human found in a cave in China are good news for creationists.

Going batty over evolution May 1, 2007
New research shows that bats’ wings in flight are not simply skin-covered paddles flapping up and down—demolishing ideas of evolutionary ancestry.

Evolution of the rhinoceros? Preposterous! April 30, 2007
Claims that the rhinoceros is the result of evolution collapse under scrutiny. In contrast, when viewed through the Bible’s account of history, things ‘rhino’ begin to make sense.

Is evolution really essential for biology? April 28, 2007
Evolution is claimed to be essential for biology, but it is really irrelevant. Common structures and natural selection are NOT evolution.

C.S. Lewis and evolution April 27, 2007
Lewis is one of the most popular Christian writers and thinkers of all time. So where did he stand on the question of origins, creation/evolution and the like?

Phoenix Galaxy stars explode stellar evolution theory April 26, 2007
Population I stars observed in an unexpected location suggest they didn’t ‘rise from the ashes’.

Is this your first time? April 25, 2007
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.

Chemists in stew about intelligent design April 24, 2007
Another open minded editor finds himself in hot water from the censors.

Creation teaching makes a difference April 23, 2007
Students taught only evolution often assume it is correct and don’t bother to question it. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

‘Junk’ DNA, asteroid impacts and supernovas April 21, 2007
A supporter asks for help in answering challenges posed by Darwinists.

Squishosaur scepticism squashed April 20, 2007
Rigorous testing confirms proteins found in T. rex fossil bone. Is T. rex related to chickens?

Ota Benga: the pygmy put on display in a zoo April 19, 2007
Soon after its inception, Darwinism was used to reinforce every possible division by race, sex and nationality

If only the church could name the enemy … April 18, 2007
What is now the religion of the Western world? Amazingly, the church seems unable to answer this question.

Clash over origins April 17, 2007
A debate between evolutionist professor, Dr Mark Farmer and creationist medico, Dr Carl Wieland, gives the audience plenty of meat to chew over.

It’s plain to see April 16, 2007
There are many landscapes on the earth that defy conventional (long-age) explanation.

Evaluating an evolutionary science curriculum April 14, 2007
How should creationists respond? Should we oppose evolutionary curricula outright?

Kid Con April 13, 2007
Two popular modern biology texts teach evolution in a most unscientific manner, encouraging students to accept evolution without critical analysis—this is indoctrination, not education.

The pre-Flood/Flood boundary at the base of the earth’s transition zone April 12, 2007
Was Noah’s Flood bigger and more destructive than we have previously imagined?

Turkana Boy—getting past the propaganda April 11, 2007
Africa’s evangelicals are understandably upset about an apeman display, but what are the facts about its prime exhibit?

Dinosaurs, humans and the fossil record April 10, 2007
Just because we haven’t found bones of humans and dinosaurs in the same strata does not mean they didn’t live together.

Easter’s earliest creed April 8, 2007
The Resurrection of Christ, and the powerful historical evidence that supports it, validates Genesis history at the same time.

Darkness at the crucifixion: metaphor or real history? April 6, 2007
In defiance of many skeptical claims, there is substantial historical evidence of a non-eclipse darkness in the middle of the day when Jesus died on the Cross.

The Black Sea flood April 5, 2007
Geologists claim they have found evidence for Noah’s Flood in the Black Sea but there are many unanswered contradictions.

You know too much! April 4, 2007
Even those who do not have the Bible have no excuse; the evidence shouts that there is a Creator. There is no excuse.

The Lost Tomb of Jesus: Another ‘Titanic’ Disaster April 3, 2007
Following in the footsteps of the Da Vinci Code, another attempt to cash in on trying to debunk Christianity hits the headlines, and fails miserably.

Encyclopaedia Britannica: supporting a young earth! April 2, 2007
Before the promotion of uniformitarian (i.e. long-age) ‘science’ by Lyell, Darwin and others in the 19th century, the concept of billions of years for the age of the earth was unknown to science—and the church.

Evolution by fiat and faith March 31, 2007
Exercising faith over fact, botanist Hugo de Vries triumphantly proclaimed a plant he bred to be a newly evolved species. Sadly, a century later some evolutionists still use his discredited example.

Observations of ‘evolution’ point to an ingenious Designer March 30, 2007
Does ‘change over time’ equal ‘evolution’? Not in the molecules-to-man sense—leaving evolutionists bereft.

Clear picture—blurry story? March 29, 2007
Thirty years of observing a celestial ‘odd couple’ has not resolved questions about one of the fundamental assumptions of astronomy.

Can we believe the Gospels? March 28, 2007
One of Australia’s top legal minds examines the New Testament evidence for the Resurrection. He applies the standard criteria used by courts throughout the Western world to test the reliability of witnesses.

Titanic terror bird March 27, 2007
A new dating technique has refocused attention on what we are told is a vicious meat-eating monster bird. But what are the facts?

Pterosaurs flew like modern aeroplanes March 26, 2007
New discoveries about a tiny pterosaur bone show that they flew with ‘aerodynamic tricks like those found in modern aircraft’.

Carbon dating into the future March 24, 2007
Carbon–dating sometimes gives negative dates, i.e. dates for events that have not yet happened.

The age and fate of Saturn’s rings March 22, 2007
A puzzle for evolutionary chronology began with the Voyager 1 flyby past Saturn’s rings in 1980.

The poisoning of Litvinenko’s body—and mind March 21, 2007
As the poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko showed, polonium can be lethal to the body. And also to evolutionary ideas about millions of years.

Global warming might become an ‘alien agenda’ March 20, 2007
UFO-believers jump on the global warming bandwagon to promote their beliefs.

Creation to the South Pacific March 19, 2007
Missionary and agricultural scientist Maurice Nicholson tells passionately of how Genesis is proving to be the key to overturning the alarming social decay that is occurring in Fiji.

Did Eve lie before the Fall? Americans glad that Creation magazine is still available March 17, 2007
Eve told the Serpent that God commanded no touching the forbidden fruit, when He had simply said don’t eat. Was humanity’s first sin Eve lying?

Amazing Grace, the film: Wilberforce v. Slavery March 16, 2007
A review of the cinematic story of one man’s fight against slavery.

The sun is not an average star March 15, 2007
Solar evidence is mounting that our earth occupies a special place in the universe.

Human Beings Caged For Public Display At Adelaide Zoo March 14, 2007
First it was London Zoo that exhibited humans in an animal enclosure, and now an Australian Zoo has followed suit. But are we ‘just another animal’?

Practical Pouches March 13, 2007
Some people use uninformed arguments to reject God, e.g. “Koalas’ pouches are at just the right angle for their babies to fall out and bop themselves on the head”. But the koala/marsupial pouch is no accident.

Immense impacts or big belches? March 12, 2007
Long-age evolutionary interpretations of the 'fossil record' result in evolutionists having to explain various 'mass extinctions' (including the demise of the dinosaurs) in the distant past, e.g. via asteroid impacts, or explosive vulcanism. But there's a much more straightforward answer.

Dawkins’ Delusion (continued) March 10, 2007
More atheists on a mission: Dawkins’ fans object to review of The God Delusion

‘Feathered’ dinosaurs and other fossils from Liaoning, China March 9, 2007
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview from the soon-to-be-released Journal of Creation. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed journal’s powerful content and explanatory graphics.

Globular clusters and the challenge of blue straggler stars March 8, 2007
‘Young’ enigmatic jewels viewed through telescope raise question about the age of their stellar neighbourhood.

Parrot prodigy March 7, 2007
A parrot with an amazing capacity for using spoken language astonishes scientists—and defies evolutionary expectations.

Primates spearing primates March 6, 2007
New chimp claim creates evolutionary frenzy, but a sober assessment is far less sensational.

Dismantle the big bang March 5, 2007
Evolutionary views of the universe sprang, not from a biblical understanding of history, but from efforts to explain origins without God or the supernatural. Yet the big bang concept has major flaws which even some evolutionists now recognise are fatal to its validity.

Fast food giant firms up alien beliefs March 3, 2007
Are your children being served a ‘side’ of spiritual falsehood along with their ‘fries and cola?’

Are you stardust?

March 2, 2007
Despite the floundering on the age of the universe, evolutionary misconceptions dominate the news media.

Stellar evolution and the problem of the ‘first’ stars March 1, 2007
Imaginary processes invoked for evolutionary origin of ‘first’ stars.

‘Evolution in action’ or ‘Evolution inaction’? February 28, 2007
Evidence for ‘evolution in action’ turns out to be nothing to do with transformation of microbes into mankind, but fits neatly in a biblical creationist view.

Anglican Church challenges evolution February 27, 2007
David vs Goliath. Little church says, ‘Enough is enough’.

The super-senses of oilbirds February 26, 2007
The unique and intriguing oilbird of Central and South America flies at night, navigates like a bat, lives in caves and defies evolutionary explanation.

Aliens, evolution and the occult February 24, 2007
Grateful reader of Alien Intrusion has questions. Descriptions of ‘alien encounters’ often match cultural expectations.

Standing up to evolution in Russia February 23, 2007
The Russian Orthodox church supports a student’s legal demand to be able to have alternative origin ideas taught, not just evolution.

Once upon a time … February 22, 2007
Why evolutionists have taken modern dating methods too much ‘on faith’.

Lizard losers (and winners) February 21, 2007
Contrary to media hype, anole lizards on the Bahamas are not evolving

Anti-slavery activist William Wilberforce: Christian hero February 20, 2007
How biblical Christians were at the forefront of the abolition of slavery 200 years ago, while pro-slavers told them to keep their religion out of politics.

The strange case of the ‘Humanzee’ February 19, 2007
For years, the famous ‘sideshow freak’ Oliver, the alleged ‘ape-human hybrid’, was seen by many as a ‘missing link’ in our ancestry—evidence for evolution. But the facts show otherwise.

More or less information? / Has a recent experiment proved creation? February 17, 2007
How does information relate to biology: identifying the different levels. And does a science experiment prove that God spoke things into existence?

Petrified wood: fast or slow? February 16, 2007
Researchers in Japan find hard answers at a hot volcanic spring.

Peperite: more evidence of large-scale watery catastrophe February 15, 2007
Re-evaluation of geological sites shows evidence for catastrophe of biblical proportions.

Playwright just plain wrong February 14, 2007
David Williamson’s attacks on Christianity are based on the flawed fanatic Richard Dawkins, and perpetuate his many errors

Planets and migrating theories February 13, 2007
Extrasolar planets pose more problems for evolutionary theories.

‘Sleeping Beauty’ bacteria February 12, 2007
Researchers have successfully revived Antarctic bacteria said to have been dormant for eight million years. But sceptics say that’s impossible—there must have been contamination. So what’s the answer?

Creationist qualifications February 10, 2007
While many sceptics claim that creationist qualifications are fraudulent, in reality CMI’s and almost all other creationist scientists have genuine degrees. Why do old- and young-earth creationists disagree?

New study claims Hobbit was a new species February 9, 2007
Yet another salvo of shots has been fired in the ongoing ‘hobbit wars’ with one more new paper claiming it is a new species after all.

Darwinism’s influence on modern racists and white supremacist groups: the case of David Duke February 8, 2007
The extensive writings of David Duke, head of the largest white supremacist organization in the world, show the strong influence of evolutionary notions in his racist views.

Atheist with a Mission February 7, 2007
Richard Dawkins’ evolution-based attack on God is a best-seller—but how do its arguments stack up?

Abortion: an indispensable right or violence against women? February 6, 2007
Sex-selection abortion has resulted in killing girl babies, leading to a surplus of men. This is a dilemma for today’s abortion-on-demand feminists, who betray the pro-life stance of the feminist founders.

Not a leg to stand on February 5, 2007
A five-legged calf may be quite a curiousity, but it has nothing to do with evolution.

‘Peripheral matters’ ‘The Lord was working in a lot of peoples’ hearts’ February 3, 2007
Many claim that Genesis creation is a mere side issue. But without Creation and the Fall, there is no basis for Redemption. Further, as shown, it has demonstrable outreach benefits.

From a frog to a frog! (moved) February 2, 2007
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of an article from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.

The Bible and hermeneutics February 1, 2007
Hermeneutics, the study of how we should interpret the Bible, is foundational to all theology. If we make the correct assumptions about the nature of the Bible, we can be confident at arriving at a proper understanding of what God is saying to us.

Jesus Fish/Darwin Fish January 31, 2007
Opponents of Christian faith have parodied the ancient symbol of the Christian faith, the ‘Jesus fish’. Their creations underline the significance of evolutionary doctrine to unbelievers, which Christians cannot ignore.

The evolution of the Pokémon® January 30, 2007
The Pokémon® craze has swept the world. Most people would not connect it with evolution. Grant Williams explores the link.

In the middle of the action January 29, 2007
Recent research strongly suggests that our galaxy, the Milky Way, occupies a central position in the universe—but this is anathema to atheists unwilling to accept the implications of that.

Mangling misotheism January 27, 2007
Many atheists barely even attempt a reasoned argument. The response shows that consistent Christianity provides the only logical basis for morality, charity, reason and science.

Melbourne atheist: the exterminator January 26, 2007
Evolutionary thinking has serious logical consequences, as shown by this scientist who advocates totalitarian population control measures—and is given free rein on Australia’s ABC radio.

Debunking the Documentary Hypothesis January 25, 2007
The Documentary Hypothesis claimed that the books of Moses were late concoctions, not written in the time of Moses. This book documents and debunks this false idea that (sadly) even affects the teaching of conservative theological colleges / seminaries.

No-brainer for whales January 24, 2007
Special brain cells once thought to be only in apes and humans have now been found where they shouldn’t be—in whales.

Egyptian history and the biblical record: a perfect match? January 23, 2007
The historical accounts in Genesis and Exodus are often attacked on the basis of the ‘secure’ Egyptian chronology—but scholars are increasingly discovering that this is itself on shaky ground.

Did God create life? January 22, 2007
Stanley Miller’s famous 1953 experiments are anything but evidence for evolution.

Does the Bible teach error? January 20, 2007
Many alleged contradictions in Scripture are solved by pointing out Jewish citation methods, and distinguishing thematic from chronological order.

Hofmeyr man—another African ‘missing link’? January 19, 2007
The Hofmeyr skull is being termed a new ‘missing link’, but it’s not exactly the usual claim for man-ape affinity

The Christian foundations of the rule of law in the West: a legacy of liberty and resistance against tyranny January 18, 2007
The Bible has been historically recognized as the most important book for the development of both the rule of law and democratic institutions in the Western world.

Complaint or compliment? January 17, 2007
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.

Rivers, rocks and … Shakespeare January 16, 2007
The absence of the polished weathering expected speaks volumes against the ‘slow and gradual’ explanation of how rivers are supposed to have cut canyons.

Off the planet! January 15, 2007
A leading evolutionary scientist believes that a cosmic ‘greeting card’ could have been left in our DNA.

Surrogate Mothering and IVF: are they biblical? January 13, 2007
Reader asks whether modern fertility methods such as IVF and surrogacy are biblically acceptable.

Dracorex—the dinosaur that looks like a dragon January 12, 2007
This discovery looks like something out of a childhood fantasy, but it’s real and strengthens the dragon-dinosaur connection.

Young biosphere, old universe? January 11, 2007
Gorman Gray’s ‘The Age of the Universe’ promises much … until you check it out.

Where are the emperor’s clothes? January 10, 2007
National Geographic continues to tell tall tales about evolution.

New campaign to censor different view of Grand Canyon January 9, 2007
Evolutionists shrewdly caricature the issue as ‘science versus religion’ and then call on separation of church and state to silence any view but their own.

Too dry for a fly January 8, 2007
When researchers found that a rainforest fly was unable to adapt to drier conditions, it was ‘a complete surprise’. But why?

Reinforcing the Darwin–Hitler connection and correcting misinformation about slavery and racism January 6, 2007
Reader objects to Darwin–Hitler link, blames Christianity for slavery, racism and the Crusades. We respond, and point out the Christian basis for the abolition of slavery in Britain 200 years ago this year.

The giraffe’s neck: icon of evolution or icon of creation? January 5, 2007
The ‘just-so’ evolutionary story of ‘how the giraffe got its long neck’ sounds plausible—until you take a second look.

The Genesis 5 and 11 fluidity question January 4, 2007
Many modern scholars believe that the Genesis genealogies contain gaps and cite fluidity as the reason. What is fluidity and why is it wrong?

Global warming (or climate change): what is ‘the creationist view’? January 3, 2007
Our speakers are often asked for their opinion: Should we be telling people what to believe on this subject? And if so, what? (Give your view in our poll at the end)

In leaps and bounds January 2, 2007
How is it that frogs can jump up to 20 times their own body length, while a froghopper’s leap is equivalent to a human jumping over a 210 metre (700 ft) skyscraper?

Evolutionary Stasis January 1, 2007
Are scientists guilty of using language that serves to distort or disguise the facts?


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