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Electrical design in the human body
by Craig Savige
Intelligent Design: why the fuss, and what’s it about?
To some, design is a ‘no-brainer’. To others, it’s the thin edge of the wedge. How should we view it?
by Carl Wieland
Tooth enamel: sophisticated materials science
Why are teeth so tough, although they are coated with material as brittle as glass? Because of so-called imperfections, as well as other features!
by Jonathan Sarfati
Is the human body badly designed?
Refuting Human Errors: A Panorama of our Glitches by Nathan Lents.
by Don Batten, Tas Walker
Turtles can read magnetic maps
Turtles can read magnetic maps
by Jonathan Sarfati
Tibetan snow lotus
Is the Tibetan snow lotus evolving to elude detection?
by David Catchpoole
Dance … or die!
When fire ants threaten lizard populations, it really is ‘survival of the fittest’. But ‘evolution’? No!
by David Catchpoole
Fake spider fossil passes peer review!
A fossil spider fooled experts and was published in a scientific journal. Since fossils are often used as weapons in the war of worldviews, what cautionary lessons can be learned?
by Phil Robinson
Spectacular, surprising seals
Seals were once mercilessly hunted for economic benefit. The more we learn of these special marine animals, the more we can appreciate the unique wisdom in their design.
by Paula Weston
Startling stickiness: How ants and bees adhere with amazing machinery
by Jonathan Sarfati
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
Firefly lanterns inspire LED lenses
Firefly lenses have fine structure allowing optimal light transmission. LED lenses inspired by that structure similarly allow more light transmission.
by Dr Jonathan Sarfati