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Could monkeys type the 23 Psalm?
No, not even if time was infinite. Read why.
by Russell Grigg
Was life really created in a test tube? And does it disprove biblical creation?
Did Craig Venter make a synthetic life form, and does it show that life could have evolved from non-living chemicals?
by Jonathan Sarfati
Life on Mars?
Life from Mars? Remember evolutionists’ claims about Antarctic meteorite 25 years ago? CMI’s original articles have stood the test of time. Now decisive confirmation by Mars rovers.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Vintage Journal: The origin of life
A critique of current scientific models
by Aw Swee-Eng
Monkey madness
It wasn’t exactly a Shakespearean response that researchers got when they put a keyboard and computer screen in the local zoo’s monkey enclosure!
by David Catchpoole
The fish in the bathtub
Evolutionists have faith that a fish can evolve from water in a bathtub, given a billion years.
by Royal Truman
Decoding and editing designs: double-sieve enzymes
All living organisms contain literally encyclopedic quantities of complex, specific information.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Mind over matter
A naturalistic view of origins must explain the existence of coded information within living things arising from a ‘no mind’ process, but all of our scientific observations deny that possibility.
by Calvin Smith
The origin of human consciousness
We humans may think our self-awareness marks us out as special but atheists insist it’s merely an illusion brought about by our brain chemistry. Why, then, do cognitive scientists, psychologists and philosophers fail to explain consciousness?
by Dominic Statham
Tinned sardines—clue to the origin of life?
Canned sardines contain a wealth of ingredients essential for life, but life will not arise in those sardines.
by Gordon Howard
Reading ‘origin of life’ research
What should we be aware of as we try to read the secular literature with a careful and critical eye?
by Shaun Doyle
Extrasolar planets with organic materials
Are they incubators of life or just similar to the dead planets in our solar system?
by Wayne Spencer