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Nazi child euthanasia and Hans Asperger
A new study shows that Hans Asperger actively assisted the Nazi eugenics policies.
by Russell Grigg
‘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
DNA repair mechanisms ‘shout’ creation
The 2015 Nobel Prize for Chemistry highlights that DNA would be useless without the repair mechanisms to preserve it.
by Don Batten
The amazing bombardier beetle
God’s engineering marvel that inspired new spray system designs.
by Andy McIntosh
Lizard losers (and winners)
Contrary to media hype, anole lizards on the Bahamas are not evolving
by David Catchpoole
Why reindeer eyes turn blue in winter
From summer gold to winter blue, reindeer eyes are designed to optimize vision during the winter twilight “blue hour”.
by David Catchpoole
Fawn among the flowers
Simply touching a baby deer could end its life.
by Dr Wolfgang Kuhn
Patterns of change over time: organophosphorus resistance in the sheep blowfly, Lucilia cuprina
Most pesticide resistance is due to natural selection on pre-existing genes, not evolution. But some resistance arises from designed mechanisms that allow for adaptation in created life.
by Jean Lightner
Nylon-degrading bacteria: update
‘Exhibit A’ for evolution in recent times, further research shows that this one does not stack up either.
by Don Batten
Fantastic fibre-optics—sponge’s super spicules
by Jonathan Sarfati
Bees’ guidance strategy for avoiding crash landings
Designers of flying robotic drones have tried and failed to make autonomous landing systems, despite using lasers, radars, sonars and GPS technology. So how do bees do it so easily?
by David Catchpoole
Facing the light
Plants need light and water to survive
by Erin Hughes and Gordon Howard