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Helpful animals
When creatures work together to help one other, it defies evolutionary predictions.
by Robert Doolan
Why a butterfly flutters by
Some might think that the butterfly, with its jerky fluttering flight, is a ‘primitive’ and inefficient flyer. Actually, their complicated wing movements generate more lift than simple flapping would do.
by David Catchpoole
Plants and animals around the world
Why are they found where they are?
by Dominic Statham
Clarity and confusion
Behe shows that mutation and selection can accomplish little—nothing like the hugely complex machinery of life. But ignoring the Bible leads to confusion over a coherent explanation.
by Don Batten
The Best Genetic Computer Program in the World
Scientists begin to unravel the splicing code
by Rob Carter
Identification of species within the sheep-goat kind (Tsoan monobaramin)
Are sheep and goats part of the same original biblical kind?
by Jean K. Lightner
Eat your Brussels sprouts!
The variety in the cabbage family speaks of how God created plants with a built-in capacity to diversify—within limits.
by Don Batten
Appendix shrieks ‘Creation’ (at least 18 times!)
Remember when the appendix was held up as evidence for evolution—a supposed ‘vestigial organ’? How times have changed.
by David Catchpoole
Answering question about 5G and COVID-19
People have concerns about the new 5G technology. Other mix in fear of the coronavirus to stir the pot of conspiracy theory. The answers are actually easy to find.
by Dr Robert Carter
The mysterious giant squid
Despite scoffers over the years, the ‘legends’ and ‘stories’ about these creatures from seafarers are actually based on fact.
by Paula Weston and Carl Wieland
Astonishing DNA complexity update
The study that has overturned the idea of ‘junk DNA’ has also revealed yet more astonishing complexity.
by Alex Williams
Why the elephant is losing its tusks (and it’s not evolution!)
Why the elephant is losing its tusks (and it’s not evolution!)
by David Catchpoole