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The Jurassic Coast—Icon for the Genesis Flood
How an icon of secular geology provides powerful evidence for Noah’s Flood.
by Michael Oard, John Matthews, Andrew Sibley
Amazing argonauts
Scientists finally discover how the female argonaut really uses its shell
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
Evidence for human evolution?
Isn’t it simply nonsensical to gainsay the large amount of scientific evidence for evolutionary anthropology?
by Philip Bell
It’s an attractive web they weave
Did you know that the electrostatic properties of spider webs, and a ‘quirk of physics’, causes them to actively spring towards airborne objects?
by David Catchpoole
Ants: the incredible heavy-lifting champions
Amazing design allows a tiny, fragile creature to lift objects way beyond its size.
by Cody Guitard
The human nose knows better than we thought
The human sense of smell is a lot more sensitive than was thought.
by David Catchpoole
Praying mantis: unique stereoscopic vision
Praying mantis brain computes depth to target by comparing changing images from its two eyes
by Jonathan Sarfati
Homeschool conference: great encouragement and some concerns
Great encouragement from attendees at homeschool conference, yet we also experienced concerns due to false teaching about creation
by Matthew Cserhati, Gary Bates
Reclaiming the peppered moth
The capacity for dark colouring is now known to be in each moth; and its caterpillar can detect twig colour through its skin, changing its colour to match.
by Joel Tay
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