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Defining terms
‘Natural selection’ and ‘evolution’ can mean different things to different people. A leading evolutionist who tried to fix the problem has been largely ignored—unfortunately.
by David Catchpoole
Darwin’s mystery illness
Why did Darwin’s publication of his theory of evolution cause him so much guilt?
by Russell Grigg
A coat of many colours
The chameleon is well known for its ability to change colours. Not so well known are its telephoto eyes that can focus clearly on an object only an inch away. And its tongue shoots forward at tremendous g-forces, thanks to an intricate catapult design that is unparalleled in both nature and man-made machines.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Homology made simple
Does common anatomy necessarily point to common ancestry?
by Dominic Statham
Green power (photosynthesis)
Photosynthesis is vital for life. New research shows that it stores the energy from four photons so it can split the water molecule. This defies evolution, since a partially complete system would not work at all.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Large scale function for ‘endogenous retroviruses’
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview from the now-released December issue of Journal of Creation. Subscribers will be delighted by the powerful, stimulating content.
by Shaun Doyle
Life at the extremes
You can freeze them, boil them, dry them, starve them and even put them in a vacuum—yet they still bounce back
by David Catchpoole
Bees outsmart supercomputers
Even the best supercomputers struggle to solve the ‘Travelling Salesman Problem’. Yet bees do it as a matter of course.
by Carl Wieland
Badly designed arguments—‘vestigial organs’ revisited
The argument from ‘vestigial organs’ has been refuted many times by creationists, but some evolutionists still think it is a good argument against creation.
by Lita Sanders
Zenkey, zonkey, zebra donkey!
Everyone was expecting the pregnant donkey to give birth to a donkey foal. But the newborn had … stripes!
by David Catchpoole
‘Vestigial’ Organs: What do they prove?
by Dr Don Batten and Dr Jonathan Sarfati
Tailbone “serves no purpose”?
New York Museum of Natural History misleads the public.
by Keaton Halley