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Creation Magazine Articles

Supercapacitor electrode design inspired by leaves on branches
Supercapacitor electrode design inspired by leaves on branches
March 25, 2020
The arrangement of branches and leaves maximizes gas absorption. Supercapacitor modeled on this pattern, albeit a millionth the size, maximizes charge storage capacity.
By Jonathan Sarfati
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The octopus: Intelligent, evolution-defying master of camouflage
The octopus: Intelligent, evolution-defying master of camouflage
March 23, 2020
“Said to have ‘alien biology’, and are ‘too brainy’ for their age!”.
By David Catchpoole
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Vance Nelson interview
Vance Nelson interview
March 18, 2020
Gary Bates interviews fossil researcher Vance Nelson
By Gary Bates
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‘Out of Africa’ theory problems are growing
‘Out of Africa’ theory problems are growing
March 16, 2020
The favoured story of human evolution is now struggling
By Peter Line
6.25K Views Shares
Apologist
Apologist
March 11, 2020
How should we think about apologetics?
By Lita Cosner
4.53K Views Shares
Can plants ‘hear’?
Can plants ‘hear’?
March 9, 2020
Researchers discover pea seedling roots grow towards the sound of gurgling water.
By David Catchpoole
4.95K Views Shares
The biggest dinosaur eggs
The biggest dinosaur eggs
March 4, 2020
Just how big were they, and what are the implications for the Ark?
By Phil Robinson
6.16K Views Shares
Oldest Pigment molecules
Oldest Pigment molecules
March 2, 2020
Can biological pigment molecules really survive over a billion years?
By Phil Robinson
4.50K Views Shares
Nathan Marinau
Nathan Marinau
February 26, 2020
How does biblical creation inform this psychologist’s practice?
By Lita Cosner
4.84K Views Shares
Bunnies cute and cursed
Bunnies cute and cursed
February 24, 2020
Loved or loathed, rabbits certainly fit the biblical narrative, not an evolutionary one.
By David Catchpoole
5.03K Views Shares
Walk like a skate?
Walk like a skate?
February 19, 2020
Are the ‘walking’ actions of skates an evolutionary step between swimming and walking on land?
By Philip Bell
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Deuteronomy—the Creator’s covenant
Deuteronomy—the Creator’s covenant
February 12, 2020
What can the covenant in Deuteronomy teach us about our God?
By Lita Cosner
4.90K Views Shares
Tale of the hippo’s tail
Tale of the hippo’s tail
February 5, 2020
Has evolution affected Bible translation?
By David Catchpoole
7.49K Views Shares
Creation magazine: like a guided tour
Creation magazine: like a guided tour
February 3, 2020
A sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.
By Tas Walker
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Nuclear physicist for creation!
Nuclear physicist for creation!
January 29, 2020
Nuclear physicist Dr Heinz Lycklama explains the importance of biblical creation, the folly of radiometric dating, and the bankruptcy of goo-to-you evolution.
By Jonathan Sarfati
7.34K Views Shares
Ancient Roman concrete
Ancient Roman concrete
January 27, 2020
The Ancient Romans understood the correlation between natural sedimentary rock and man-made concrete
By Jonathan O'Brien
8.03K Views Shares
The mystery of the moon
The mystery of the moon
January 22, 2020
Whatever scenario evolutionists invoke, they can’t adequately explain the moon’s origin.
By Dominic Statham
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Physicists’ dark secret
Physicists’ dark secret
January 20, 2020
There’s a message in the stars for scientists.
By John Hartnett
8.77K Views Shares
Shrews eating peppers
Shrews eating peppers
January 15, 2020
Another example of a natural selection favouring an information-losing mutation, which is the opposite to that required for goo-to-you evolution.
By Jonathan Sarfati
4.74K Views Shares
Were dragons real in medieval times?
Were dragons real in medieval times?
January 13, 2020
Comparisons between modern and medieval artists show ancient peoples saw 'extinct' reptiles and dinosaurs
By Brian Thomas
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Salad-eating sharks
Salad-eating sharks
January 8, 2020
Bonnethead sharks have short ‘carnivorous ancestry’ intestines, yet their stomachs have been found to contain up to 62% seagrass
By David Catchpoole
4.90K Views Shares
What was God doing before creation?
What was God doing before creation?
January 6, 2020
Does Scripture help us to understand this often asked question?
By Lita Cosner
12.65K Views Shares
Super-successful self-cloning crayfish
Super-successful self-cloning crayfish
January 1, 2020
A crayfish that reproduces asexually raises some important questions regarding the origins of sex.
By David Catchpoole
6.46K Views Shares