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Surprise, surprise—box jellyfish eyes
The lowly, ‘basal’ box jellyfish has astonished scientists with its capacity to see things above the water.
by David Catchpoole
Genetics and geographical distribution
A correspondent challenges us to explain genetics and geographical distribution in a creationist framework.
by Dr Robert Carter
The way of the woodpecker
Engineers wonder at the woodpecker’s resilience to head-banging—and copy it.
by David Catchpoole
Sensational Seeds—compact packages attest to God’s handiwork
A farmer plants a seed. Night and day, whether he sleeps or gets up, the seed sprouts and grows, though he does not know how …
by David Catchpoole
Eve, the rib, and modern genetics
Scientific investigation supports the idea that we descend from an original couple.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Bait and switch with guppies
Richard Dawkins’ new book cites ingenious experiments supporting the interplay between natural and sexual selection in guppies. But is it really goo-to-you (or fish-to-fishermen) evolution?
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
Colourblind squid camouflage inspires Navy research
How do squid match their surroundings when they are colourblind? The solution has inspired designers of a camouflaging material.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Amazing abalone armour
The intricate structure of abalone’s tough shell has inspired the design of bullet-resistant armour.
by Jonathan Sarfati
The Kiwi
Evolutionists are divided over whether the kiwi—a unique bird found only in New Zealand—was ever able to fly.
by Christine McDonald
Bighorn horns not so big
Much to trophy-hunters’ disappointment, bighorn sheep on Ram Mountain are not what they were. But is it evolution?
by David Catchpoole
Mummified lion cubs in Siberian deep freeze
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. Juvenile cats frozen in time give unique snapshot of the past.
by Phil Robinson