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A book about human errors that don’t exist
A book about human errors that don’t exist.
by Jerry Bergman
Common examples of ‘one gene, one trait’ exposed
Genetic complexity and interconnectedness show that many traits are much more complex than previously thought.
by Jerry Bergman
Newly discovered jumping beetle mechanism inspires bionic design
Accident and adaptation, or divine design?
by Gavin Cox
An amazing desert trio
After the Flood, numerous animals adapted to special environments. Let’s look at how some special animals, the sandcat, fennec fox and mulgara adapted to the desert heat!
by Matthew Cserhati
A matter of taste
Elaborately designed by God
by Lucien Tuinstra
How cells handle heme
Recent discoveries about heme pose problems for evolutionary theory
by Philip Bell
What does it mean to be a “living  creature”?
Would a robotic dog that could make copies of itself be alive?
by James R. Hughes
Comparison of morphology-based and genomics-based baraminology methods
A comparison of morphology-based and genomics-based approaches to understanding the created kinds.
by Matthew Cserhati and Joel Tay
Pinnipeds
Fascinating creatures that thwart evolution
by Matthew Cserhati
Circadian rhythms and creation
Can evolution explain the origin of systems underlying circadian rhythms?
by Warren Shipton
Baraminology data ļ¬ltering method based on entropy measurement and its application in dinosaur and cephalopod data sets
Applying a data filtering method to help clarify created kinds in dinosaur and cephalopod datasets.
by Matthew Cserhati
Baraminology suggests cryptic relationships among Caprimulgiformes
Is the bird order Caprimulgiformes a single created kind?
by Matthew Cserhati and Jon Ahlquist