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Post-Flood log mats potentially can explain biogeography
Animals dispersing around the world by either land bridges or rafting is accepted by both creationists and secularists.
by Michael J Oard
How could Adam have named all the animals in a single day?
Creatures need to be called something. So who decided a dog would be called a dog?
by Andrew Kulikovsky
Ants: the incredible heavy-lifting champions
Amazing design allows a tiny, fragile creature to lift objects way beyond its size.
by Cody Guitard
The mimic octopus
An aquatic ‘impressionist’ is not all that it seems to be.
by Calvin Smith
Fawn among the flowers
Simply touching a baby deer could end its life.
by Dr Wolfgang Kuhn
Only the Bible explains the diversity of life
The biblical explanation for the diversity of life fits the facts far better than Darwin’s theory.
by Dominic Statham
The hummingbird: God’s tiny miracle
Everything about the hummingbird shrieks perfect design rather than any random processes.
by Denis Dreves
The human nose knows better than we thought
The human sense of smell is a lot more sensitive than was thought.
by David Catchpoole
DNA repair mechanisms ‘shout’ creation
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. The 2015 Nobel Prize for Chemistry highlights that DNA would be useless without the repair mechanisms to preserve it.
by Don Batten
Life’s irreducible structure—Part 1: autopoiesis
‘Autopoiesis’ (self-making) shows that all aspects of life lie beyond naturalistic explanations.
by Alex Williams
Trilobite technology
Far from being examples of ‘primitive’ creatures, trilobite fossils have perfectly designed eyes.
by Charles Stammers
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