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Is the human pharynx poorly designed?
Evolutionists love to claim that our throat design is too poor for a creator. But its design is actually superior to the hypothetical alternatives.
by Jerry Bergman
Intelligent Design: why the fuss, and what’s it about?
To some, design is a ‘no-brainer’. To others, it’s the thin edge of the wedge. How should we view it?
by Carl Wieland
The brain—brainier than believed before
Overturning long-held ideas, new research shows that our brains unconsciously make the ‘best possible’ decisions. But this optimal design makes little sense in a Darwinist scenario.
by Carl Wieland
Life’s irreducible structure—Part 1: autopoiesis
‘Autopoiesis’ (self-making) shows that all aspects of life lie beyond naturalistic explanations.
by Alex Williams
Can it bee?
The brilliant design involved in bee flight is being studied for its potential in mini flying robots and more.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Cows: a magnetic sign for evolutionists
Renowned evolutionist J.B.S. Haldane famously said that evolution could never produce mechanisms such as the wheel and magnet. He was right.
by David Catchpoole
Surveillance solution: mimicking a bug’s eye view
Inspired by insect vision: new camera technology that can pick up detail in light and dark at the same time.
by David Catchpoole
Amazing armoured armadillos of the Americas
This mammal with a leathery armour was once rare in Texas, but its ‘conquest’ of that state—and beyond—conveys a strong message.
by Lael Weinberger
Brilliant brittlestars:
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.
by Jonathan Sarfati and David Catchpoole
Fibre optics in eye demolish atheistic ‘bad design’ argument
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.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Amazing discovery: Bird wing has ‘leading edge’ technology
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.
by David Catchpoole
Bunchberry bang!
High-speed video cameras have catapulted the bunchberry dogwood plant into the spotlight—and the record books.
by David Catchpoole