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Having your cake, and eating it
Evolution is often claimed to explain something and its opposite, so it certainly should not be called science, rather an unfalsifiable ideology!
by Lucien Tuinstra
Fine tuning of ‘backward’ eye is vital for colour vision
Our 'backwardly-wired’ retina is an ideal structure to optimize colour vision.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Did the ear bones of mammals really evolve from the jawbones of reptiles?
Evolution of bones in middle ear in mammals unheard of.
by Matthew Cserhati
The human nose knows better than we thought
The human sense of smell is a lot more sensitive than was thought.
by David Catchpoole
Reclaiming the peppered moth
The capacity for dark colouring is now known to be in each moth; and its caterpillar can detect twig colour through its skin, changing its colour to match.
by Joel Tay
Trees: God’s creative power on display
God’s creative power on display
by Joseph Havell
From a rib to a 206-bone human
Did Eve transition from a single bone to a 206-bone human? What about the transition from molecules to man?
by Matthew Cserhati
Walking ain’t easy
Robotics engineers trying to copy human bipedal locomotion have a long way to go
by David Catchpoole
Tall molars did not evolve from eating grass
Some scientists connect changes in the grasses that animals ate and the development of teeth.
by Michael J.Oard
E. Coli’s electric motor: a marvel of design
The bacterium has “remarkable” and “sophisticated” nano-scale electric motors
by David Thomas
Facing up to design
Our incredible facial expressivity—able to represent 21 distinct emotions—would appear to be overdesigned.
by David Catchpoole
Fingernails and toenails—useless evolutionary relics or an important part of design?
Are they useless evolutionary relics, or important part of design?
by Jerry Bergman