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The origin of L-amino acid enantiomeric excess: part 1—by preferential photo-destruction using circularly polarized light?
How could 'left-handed' amino acids dominate as a necessary precursor to the naturalistic origin of life?
by Royal Truman
Racemization of amino acids under natural conditions: part 3—condensation to form oligopeptides
How easily can peptides spontaneously begin to link together in conditions posited for abiogenesis?
by Royal Truman
Racemization of amino acids under natural conditions: part 2—kinetic and thermodynamic data
Exactly how fast do amino acids racemize under natural conditions?
by Royal Truman
How the Bible makes sense of everything
A sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.
by Tas Walker
Racemization of amino acids under natural conditions: part 1—a challenge to abiogenesis
Has one of the major barriers to abiogenesis been overcome?
by Royal Truman
Darwin’s abiogenesis
Life from non-life? Are naturalistic scientists any closer to solving this conundrum?
by Florin Mocanu
Can nucleobases and self-replication arise from non-living chemicals?
Can nucleobases form from a primordial soup? Can RNA self-replication arise?
by Jonathan Sarfati
Asteroid evidence for life on earth coming from outer space?
Japanese aerospace exploration agency has recently found amino acids in the second ever returning sample from an asteroid. Does this prove that life on earth was seeded from outer space?
by Scot Devlin
‘Evolution explains everything about life’
Grandiose claims by leading experts, for evolution’s power to explain ‘everything about life’, are ably combatted in a compelling new book, by 10 PhD scientists.
by Philip Bell
How on Earth??
Earth’s water didn’t come from meteorites
by Clarence Janzen
Indoctrinating children
The UK’s National Secular Society does not want religious creationism taught in schools, but they are OK with religious humanism being taught.
by Jim Mason
What does it mean to be a “living  creature”?
Would a robotic dog that could make copies of itself be alive?
by James R. Hughes