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Creation Magazine Articles

Bird-brainy birdsong
Bird-brainy birdsong
July 16, 2018
Groups of plain-tailed wrens can sing a 4-part avian chorus with ease.
By David Catchpoole
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A broken climate pacemaker? Part 1
A broken climate pacemaker? Part 1
July 13, 2018
Why calculations that undergird the uniformitarian explanation for ice ages are faulty.
By Jake Hebert
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Lucy’s baboon backbone
Lucy’s baboon backbone
July 11, 2018
Human error shows scientists are just as prone to making mistakes as anyone else
By Keaton Halley
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Manta motion marvel
Manta motion marvel
July 9, 2018
The swimming motion of manta rays is the envy of marine robotics engineers.
By David Catchpoole
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Creation in-depth: Surprises in Surprise Canyon
Creation in-depth: Surprises in Surprise Canyon
July 6, 2018
Did the Surprise Canyon Formation in Grand Canyon have to form slowly by normal river erosion?
By J.N. Caldwell
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Fossil folly
Fossil folly
July 4, 2018
A misleading museum display seems to want to exclude the truth of Genesis ‘by definition’.
By David Catchpoole
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Nickel concentration indicates youthful oceans
Nickel concentration indicates youthful oceans
July 2, 2018
How mineral-rich oceans hold clues to the age of the earth.
By David Whyte
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Where was Eden?
Where was Eden?
June 29, 2018
Part 2: The geology and geography of Eden

By Robert Carter and Lita Cosner
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Meet Mr Living Fossils
Meet Mr Living Fossils
June 27, 2018
A former evolutionist who has worked as a research biologist now has a museum that highlights creation.
By Carl Wieland
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Placental versus Marsupial: A tale of two ‘wolves’
Placental versus Marsupial: A tale of two ‘wolves’
June 25, 2018
It’s not right to blame the dingo, just for the sake of promoting the evolutionary storyline.
By David Catchpoole
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Creation in-depth: Rock arches
Creation in-depth: Rock arches
June 22, 2018
A new mechanism to form freestanding arches questionable.
By Michael Oard
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Why life is impossible apart from creation
Why life is impossible apart from creation
June 20, 2018
A tiny insect’s existence is finely-tuned and incredibly complex, and also easily extinguished.
By Tom Wagner
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Stone Mountain was once molten magma.
Stone Mountain was once molten magma.
June 18, 2018
How a catastrophic event helped form an astonishing feature in Georgia’s landscape.
By Tas Walker
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Where was Eden? Part 1
Where was Eden? Part 1
June 15, 2018
Examining pre-Flood geographical details in the biblical record.
By Lita Cosner and Robert Carter
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Whale explodes fossil theory
Whale explodes fossil theory
June 13, 2018
A macabre scene played out on a floating carcass has an obvious message for evolutionists.
By Tas Walker
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Pluto
Pluto
June 11, 2018
As scientists continue to study the images provided by the NASA spacecraft New Horizons, preconceptions about Pluto have been replaced by lots of head-scratching.
By Russell Grigg
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Coelacanth does not walk
Coelacanth does not walk
June 8, 2018
Famous living fossil ‘link’ idea fizzles further
By Carl Wieland
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Born to communicate
Born to communicate
June 6, 2018
Amazingly, deaf children stranded by themselves develop their own complete sign language. 
By Kevin May
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Minister and Bible scholar: Genesis is history!
Minister and Bible scholar: Genesis is history!
June 4, 2018
See why respected Australian pastor and scholar Rev. Dr Peter Barnes believes Genesis as written
By Jonathan Sarfati
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Nylon-eating bacteria: Interpretation according to Coded Information System theory
Nylon-eating bacteria: Interpretation according to Coded Information System theory
June 1, 2018
How does the creation-based Coded Information Systems theory explain the nylon-eating bacteria?
By Royal Truman
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The breath of life
The breath of life
May 30, 2018
The incredible design of our respiratory system points to an intelligent Designer and not blind chance.
By David Demick
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Gecko skin microstructure also kills bacteria
Gecko skin microstructure also kills bacteria
May 28, 2018
Drops explode off superhydrophobic gecko skin, and its microstructure also kills bacteria, a structure which could save human lives
By Jonathan Sarfati
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Nylon-eating bacteria: Current theory on how the modified genes arose
Nylon-eating bacteria: Current theory on how the modified genes arose
May 25, 2018
Did nylonase arise from mutations in a pre-existing enzyme?
By Royal Truman
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Saltwater platypus surprise
Saltwater platypus surprise
May 23, 2018
The platypus is a creature limited to freshwater streams, right? Wrong! On Kangaroo Island, platypuses have been seen ‘riding the waves’ up on to the seashore.
By David Catchpoole
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Noah’s Ark on a Roman coin!
Noah’s Ark on a Roman coin!
May 21, 2018
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. The oldest coin to depict a biblical scene. What shape Ark does it depict?
By Phil Robinson
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Nylon-eating bacteria: Refuting Ohno’s frame-shift theory
Nylon-eating bacteria: Refuting Ohno’s frame-shift theory
May 18, 2018
Did bacteria gain the ability to eat nylon through a random frame-shift mutation?
By Royal Truman
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The robber crab
The robber crab
May 16, 2018
Like a thief in the night, this creature from the deep raids the fruits of the forest.
By Robert Doolan
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Nylon-eating bacteria: Discovery and significance
Nylon-eating bacteria: Discovery and significance
May 11, 2018
How were they discovered? Why are they important for the creation/evolution debate?
By Royal Truman
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Startling evidence for Noahs Flood
Startling evidence for Noahs Flood
May 9, 2018
Rock layers tells us a lot about the earth’s past, but some geologists have an ingrained bias when they look at some amazing features.
By Andrew A. Snelling and Steven A. Austin
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