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The brain—brainier than believed before
Overturning long-held ideas, new research shows that our brains unconsciously make the ‘best possible’ decisions. But this optimal design makes little sense in a Darwinist scenario.
by Carl Wieland
The carnivorous nature and suffering of animals
Detailed biblical evidence shows that animals eating, hurting and killing each other is incompatible with the original ’very good’ creation. Therefore carnivory must have begun after the Fall.
by Robert J. M. Gurney
Can it bee?
The brilliant design involved in bee flight is being studied for its potential in mini flying robots and more.
by Jonathan Sarfati
From ape to man via genetic meltdown: a theory in crisis
A review of Genetic Entropy & The Mystery of the Genome by John C. Sanford
by Royal Truman
Cows: a magnetic sign for evolutionists
Renowned evolutionist J.B.S. Haldane famously said that evolution could never produce mechanisms such as the wheel and magnet. He was right.
by David Catchpoole
Large scale function for ‘endogenous retroviruses’
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview from the now-released December issue of Journal of Creation. Subscribers will be delighted by the powerful, stimulating content.
by Shaun Doyle
Creationist article ‘saved my favourite cow’
Did a creationist article on supergerms really help to save a cow from an otherwise fatal illness? What should we learn from this?
by Carl Wieland
Identification of species within the sheep-goat kind (Tsoan monobaramin)
Are sheep and goats part of the same original biblical kind?
by Jean K. Lightner
Surveillance solution: mimicking a bug’s eye view
Inspired by insect vision: new camera technology that can pick up detail in light and dark at the same time.
by David Catchpoole
Separating the sheep from the goats
Sheep and goats illustrate the limits of the created kinds and the inadequacy of mutations for evolution
by Jean Lightner
How could Noah get all the animals on the Ark?
People often think there is no answer, but there is, and a simple one at that.
by Tas Walker
Grass-eating dinos
How could dinosaurs have eaten grass, if it hadn’t evolved yet?
by David Catchpoole