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Pterosaurs flew like modern aeroplanes
New discoveries about a tiny pterosaur bone show that they flew with ‘aerodynamic tricks like those found in modern aircraft’.
by Jonathan Sarfati
In leaps and bounds
How is it that frogs can jump up to 20 times their own body length, while a froghopper’s leap is equivalent to a human jumping over a 210 metre (700 ft) skyscraper?
by David Catchpoole
Bone building: perfect protein
For bones to deposit the hard calcium mineral in the right place, they need the protein osteocalcin. Recent discovery of its crystal structure shows that it binds calcium in exactly the right geometry for proper crystal growth.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Saddle up the horse, it’s off to the bat cave
When genetic evidence fits the evolutionary belief system, humanists are quick to gloat. But what about when it totally contradicts it?
by Daniel Anderson
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
Human brain neurons unique
testifies the uniqueness of mankind, 'made in the image of God'
Chameleons
Chameleons are fascinating creatures which show remarkable evidences of God’s design.
by Stacia Byers
Gecko ‘glue’
Gecko ‘glue’
by anon
Hot spider silk
Hot spider silk
by anon
Antibiotic resistance in bacteria
Antibiotic resistance in bacteria
by Carl Wieland
Stones and Bones
Stones and Bones: Powerful evidence against evolution
by Carl Wieland
Examining evidence for evolution and deep time
Creation Magazine LIVE! Season 8 Episode 7 Examining evidence for evolution and deep time
by Richard Fangrad and Thomas Bailey