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Sensational Seeds—compact packages attest to God’s handiwork
A farmer plants a seed. Night and day, whether he sleeps or gets up, the seed sprouts and grows, though he does not know how …
by David Catchpoole
Lessons from locust wings
Wind tunnel videos have revealed some unexpected aerodynamic characteristics of locust wings, which design engineers of small robotic aircraft want to copy.
by David Catchpoole
Life at the extremes
You can freeze them, boil them, dry them, starve them and even put them in a vacuum—yet they still bounce back
by David Catchpoole
Pliable plants
Tropical bats use living leaves to make roosts for their young—but how can the leaves remain healthy when much of their water supply has been cut off?
by David Catchpoole
‘Transitional form’ in mammal ear evolution—more cacophony
Does the Bible provide a better explanation of the ear morphology of this ‘transitional fossil’ than evolution?
by Shaun Doyle
Firefly lanterns inspire LED lenses
Firefly lenses have fine structure allowing optimal light transmission. LED lenses inspired by that structure similarly allow more light transmission.
by Dr Jonathan Sarfati
The bamboozling panda
China’s peaceful and solitary mountain dwellers—a puzzlement to evolution; a friendly reminder of Creation.
by David Catchpoole
Jellyfish judgment
Evolutionary theory adjudges jellyfish to be ‘primitive’. But a right judgment of the evidence impels a very different conclusion.
by David Catchpoole
Wings on the wind
How do migrating birds know exactly when, and where, to go?
by David Catchpoole
Bees outsmart supercomputers
Even the best supercomputers struggle to solve the ‘Travelling Salesman Problem’. Yet bees do it as a matter of course.
by Carl Wieland
Spiderweb stickiness secret
How spiderweb glue works: multi-functional adhesive—a ‘smart material’.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Speedy sharks and golf balls
A key design feature of modern golf balls has been found on sharks, too.
by David Catchpoole