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ATP synthase: majestic molecular machine made by a mastermind
How ATP synthase makes a chemical essential for life.
by Brian Thomas
Did immune system antibody diversity evolve?
The various adaptive immune systems in the animal kingdom are all equally complex, yet with major discontinuities between them.
by Jerry Bergman and Nancy O
The alleged ‘backwardly wired’ retina versus Dawkins
Dawkins’ latest book The Greatest Show on Earth purports to provide the proof of evolution. A new discovery further vindicates our refutation, The Greatest Hoax on Earth?
by Jonathan Sarfati
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
Lobster eyes—brilliant geometric design
It helps us see in to space more clearly.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Life’s irreducible structure—Part 1: autopoiesis
‘Autopoiesis’ (self-making) shows that all aspects of life lie beyond naturalistic explanations.
by Alex Williams
The Mole
Whether you love them or hate them (ugh, those molehills!), moles are testimony to a Creator.
by Paula Weston and Carl Wieland
A coat of many colours
The chameleon is well known for its ability to change colours. Not so well known are its telephoto eyes that can focus clearly on an object only an inch away. And its tongue shoots forward at tremendous g-forces, thanks to an intricate catapult design that is unparalleled in both nature and man-made machines.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Green power (photosynthesis)
Photosynthesis is vital for life. New research shows that it stores the energy from four photons so it can split the water molecule. This defies evolution, since a partially complete system would not work at all.
by Jonathan Sarfati
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
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
Helpful animals
When creatures work together to help one other, it defies evolutionary predictions.
by Robert Doolan