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Sounding off on evolution
Does evolution give a sound explanation for the arrival of acoustics? They say the earth was mostly quiet for billions of years, but is that an argument from silence?
by Lucien Tuinstra
How cells handle heme
Recent discoveries about heme pose problems for evolutionary theory
by Philip Bell
Photographing God’s creation
Wilderness adventurer and photographer Bill Boehm tells how nature reveals its creator
by Ron Neller
Newly discovered jumping beetle mechanism inspires bionic design
Accident and adaptation, or divine design?
by Gavin Cox
Shrimp eye design
The shrimp eye has an intricately structured reflective layer to focus light. Engineers would like to be able to copy the structure.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Fascinating creatures that thwart evolution
by Matthew Cserhati
Tooth enamel: hard, and hard to replace
It’s the hardest substance in the human body. But be warned: If you’re slack with your dental hygiene, fixing your tooth enamel ain’t easy.
by David Catchpoole
The history of flying machines
What does it tell us about the evolution of flight?
by Stuart Burgess
Over-engineering in nature: an evolutionary conundrum
Natural selection can only select for the attributes an organism needs to survive, so how is it that creatures are endowed with a whole lot more than necessary?
by David Catchpoole
E. Coli’s electric motor: a marvel of design
The bacterium has “remarkable” and “sophisticated” nano-scale electric motors
by David Thomas
Meet the muscle man with a difference
Lucien Tuinstra dialogues with Dutchman Prof. Hans Degens
by Lucien Tuinstra
Circadian rhythms and creation
Can evolution explain the origin of systems underlying circadian rhythms?
by Warren Shipton