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Origin of flight evolved four separate times?

Origin of flight evolved four separate times?

You've probably heard the saying that lightning never strikes twice. This means that highly unlikely events, if they do occur, won't happen again. But it appears that in a certain area of evolutionary biology, lightning has, in fact, struck four times!
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16 May, 201301:00
OT animals

OT animals

Answers to questions about animals in the Old Testament.
Article
12 May, 2013
Sea Spiders - no change over 160 million years

Sea Spiders - no change over 160 million years

Scientists studying fossil 'sea spiders' from 'Jurassic' rock found they are just the same as today's sea spiders. By evolutionary reckoning, that's no change in 160 million years. In that supposed time, evolutionists say, most of the dinosaurs, birds, many fish and virtually all mammals have evolved—all by natural processes. From finches to albatrosses, and mice to elephants—they all made themselves by evolutionary processes. They also say most of the flowering plants evolved too. And yet the sea spiders haven't changed in all that time! Curious isn't it? The Bible tells us in Genesis chapter 1 that God created plants to produce seed according to each kind created. And He created sea life and creeping things 'after their kind' also. This is the most-established principle of biology: that living things produce offspring like themselves. These sea spiders illustrate this biblical truth.
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23 Apr, 201300:59
SETI -- not able to recognize intelligent life?

SETI -- not able to recognize intelligent life?

For many years, radio telescopes have been scanning the heavens as part of a program known as SETI. SETI stands for the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence.
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18 Apr, 201300:59
Small Dogs are Mutants

Small Dogs are Mutants

Dogs vary greatly in size, from Chihuahua to Great Dane, yet they are all part of the dog, or wolf, created kind; they can all interbreed. Researchers have found that the small breeds of dogs all have something in common, a mutation in the gene that codes for an important growth regulator. This prevents the small dogs from growing to greater size.
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11 Apr, 201300:59
Fibre optics in the eye

Fibre optics in the eye

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.
Article
03 Apr, 2013
Appendix shrieks Creation

Appendix shrieks Creation

Darwin proposed that the appendix was an evolutionary vestigial organ, but it’s now known to be functional, and scattered across mammal species in a way that defies evolutionary explanation—unless it could have evolved at least 18 times!
Article
02 Apr, 2013
Life at the extremes

Life at the extremes

Article
27 Mar, 2013
Pliable plants

Pliable plants

Even when a large leaf’s major water-conducting veins are severed by roost-making bats, the few remaining conducting elements can still provide enough water to the leaf—an example of over-engineering.
Article
20 Mar, 2013
"Biblical Biology 101" Dominic Statham

"Biblical Biology 101" Dominic Statham

It is not Christians who have problems with biology but evolutionists! In this easy to understand, well-illustrated talk, Dominic Statham shows how many facts about the natural world fit the Bible’s account of Creation far better than they fit the theory of evolution. In preparing the presentation, Dominic assumed no prior knowledge of the subject matter in his audience.
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19 Mar, 2013
Flood biogeography

Flood biogeography

Article
12 Mar, 2013
Mammal ear evolution

Mammal ear evolution

Liaoconodon hui is a new supposed transitional form between reptiles and modern mammals because of its unique ear bone morphology, but there are numerous problems with this designation.
Article
22 Feb, 2013
Are look-alikes related?

Are look-alikes related?

The main argument for evolution is that similarities between living things demonstrate common ancestry, but if living things had a common creator/designer, we would also expect many similarities.
Article
23 Jan, 2013
Germ 7 motors in 1

Germ 7 motors in 1

Marine bacterium has seven flagellar motors bundled into one, with interlocking fibrils acting as gears, allowing it to swim 10 times faster than most.
Article
15 Jan, 2013
Firefly lanterns LED lenses

Firefly lanterns LED lenses

Firefly lenses have fine structure allowing optimal light transmission. LED lenses inspired by that structure similarly allow more light transmission.
Article
08 Jan, 2013
Parasitic DNA in the human genome?

Parasitic DNA in the human genome?

Is the human genome full of parasites? This might seem like a ridiculous question but some researchers suggest that it is. The human genome project revealed a large number of transposable elements. These DNA segments copy themselves and move around the genome. Some scientists claim they serve no function and have dismissed them as parasitic DNA. Some evolutionary scientists claim that similarities with chimps in these supposedly useless bits prove evolution. But new research shows they have functions. One study revealed that transposable elements activate during embryo development in mice, to control gene expression. Another study revealed they activate in gene dense regions to control gene expression. They are not spread randomly throughout the genome as previously thought. So DNA isn't full of parasites at all, but rather many sophisticated ways to control gene expression.
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02 Jan, 201300:59

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