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Sick, suffering monsters and the eugenicists who created them
How did eugenics give rise to many of the modern dog breeds?
by Lita Sanders
Post-Flood log mats potentially can explain biogeography
Animals dispersing around the world by either land bridges or rafting is accepted by both creationists and secularists.
by Michael J Oard
Genetic algorithms are irrelevant to evolution
by David Abel 
Brilliant brittlestars:
Brittlestars have one huge compound eye, made of an array of perfect microlenses, with hardly any optical distortion. Researchers didn’t dream that nature had such advanced optical technology.
by Jonathan Sarfati and David Catchpoole
The albatross—master aviator of the ocean winds
Powered by ocean wind shear, the dynamic soaring of the albatross enables it to fly for thousands of miles just above the sea surface without flapping its wings.
by David Catchpoole
Blue eyes mutation
Many people of European descent have less melanin in their eyes, and it’s got nothing to do with evolution
by David Catchpoole and Robert Carter
Would the pre-Fall world have been overrun by animals?
If there was no pre-Fall animal death, would they have overrun the world if Adam hadn’t sinned?
by Shaun Doyle
Lasting impressions
A smelly creature leaves the senses reeling, but is another example of the Creator’s genius.
by Tom Hennigan
How many lives do cats have?
It’s true that cats have an uncanny ability to land on their feet. But that doesn’t make them invulnerable.
by David Catchpoole
Consciousness: a problem for naturalism
Evolution does not explain human language or consciousness, which is a serious problem for naturalism and atheism.
by Daniel Tate
No evolution in pollution: killifish survivors are ‘losers’
Killifish have been found living in polluted rivers with levels of industrial toxins 8,000 times the lethal dose.
by David Catchpoole
The appendix
The little appendage that can cause a lot of pain and confusion.
by Dominic Statham