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Deadly plant’s flowers in amber deadly to evolution
Many people know that Strychnos plants contain strychnine, a deadly poison. The discovery of its flowers in amber is ‘deadly’ to evolution.
by Philip Bell and David Catchpoole
Goats can read human faces!
A new study shows that goats can differentiate between human facial expressions—an evolutionary conundrum.
by Paul Price
Humanism: neither healthy, nor humane
Chaplains are religious representatives operating in secular institutions. Since humanism is allegedly non-religious, is not a ‘humanist chaplain’ an oxymoron, revealing humanism’s blatant double standards?
by Gavin Cox
Over-engineered odour detectors
Fruit flies’ ability to sniff out explosives explodes evolution myth
by David Catchpoole
Is the human body badly designed?
Refuting Human Errors: A Panorama of our Glitches by Nathan Lents.
by Don Batten, Tas Walker
Cannibal deer!
Deer show us that nearly any animal could become a carnivore … under the right conditions.
by Paul Price
The sloth: Slowest mammal on Earth
This creature may lack speed, but its special features make gripping reading.
by Craig Perman
The atlatl (woomera) and the heron’s neck
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. Some have speculated that the idea of atlatl-assisted spearthrowing came from watching herons hunt.
by Jon Ahlquist and David Catchpoole
Birdsong isn’t for ‘birdbrains’
Groups of plain-tailed wrens can sing a 4-part avian chorus with ease.
by David Catchpoole
Placental versus Marsupial: A tale of two ‘wolves’
It’s not right to blame the dingo, just for the sake of promoting the evolutionary storyline.
by David Catchpoole
Elephant Genome Project: evolutionary theory re-written
The Elephant Genome Project reveals a new elephant species alive today, and rewrites the previously held evolutionary tree for elephants. Research findings fit nicely with the Biblical account.
by Joel Tay
Praying mantis: unique stereoscopic vision
Praying mantis brain computes depth to target by comparing changing images from its two eyes
by Jonathan Sarfati