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Life: Designed to not evolve
Does evolution program life to stop evolving or is life designed to adapt within clear limits?
by Bruce Lawrence
From the heart
This doctor’s training strongly reinforced her belief in biblical creation.
by Bettina Fung
HBP1 pseudogene function
Does human and ape DNA contain shared mistakes? Clear function for so-called pseudogene supports common design.
by Bruce Lawrence
‘Scuba-diving’ lizards
These stunning reptiles can stay submerged for up to 18 minutes and can ‘rebreathe’ some of their own air
by Philip Bell
Archer fish use advanced hydrodynamics
Archer fish exploits two independent hydrodynamic properties to shoot down prey with powerful water jet.
by Jonathan Sarfati
The Sulawesi Bear Cuscus
What has eyes like a lemur, a body like a koala, is often called a ‘marsupial monkey’, and shares its island home with pigs and dwarf buffaloes?
by Paula Weston and Carl Wieland
The marvelous molecule
The DNA molecule and the human genome has to be one of the most impressive examples of God’s creative genius.
by Bruce Lawrence
Evolution of the neuron
Can evolution explain the origin of neurons?
by Jerry Bergman
Naturally caffeine-free tea
The Economist claims the Hongyacha tea plant has made an “evolutionary journey towards losing caffeine”
by James Hughes and Robert Carter
Golden numbers
The ratio of 1:1.62 is seen in building design, in flower petals, pine cones and much more. It is widely acknowledged to be very pleasing to the eye. Why?
by Carl Wieland and Russell Grigg
Documentary series ‘DNA Journey’ goes to Africa
We respond to a question about the out-of-Africa hypothesis, Mitochondrial Eve, and consider the implications for the way we value human beings.
by Andrew Sibley
Bacteria—master compass builders
These bacteria precision-build magnetic navigation aids
by David Thomas