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Doppelgänger protein ‘Signal Recognition Particle 14’ refutes evolution
Present problems for evolution.
by Matthew Cserhati
Forever young, a vain hope without God?
Is the pursuit of youth a vain hope? Is there scientific merit to the idea of living much longer than we do today?
by Lucien Tuinstra
Furry little humans?
Dedicated research shows that evolutionary ideas about the ‘people-like’ nature of apes and monkeys are largely fantasy.
by Carl Wieland
Superbugs not super after all
‘Superbugs’ are seen by some as evidence of evolution in action but the truth is rather different.
by Carl Wieland
Diabolical ironclad beetles inspire extra-strong joints
Ironclad beetle laminated elytra have special joins that confer extra toughness, and might inspire aircraft joints.
by Jonathan Sarfati
The mutant ‘feather-duster’ budgie
A genetic copying mistake hampered this bird’s development and limited its lifespan.
by Andrew Lamb
The surprisingly complex tRNA subsystem: part 5—evolutionary implausibility
How plausible is evolution as an explanation of the tRNA subsystem?
by Royal Truman
Beetle bloopers
Despite what evolutionists say, mutations are not evidence for evolution but rather evidence against it.
by Carl Wieland
Sex abnormalities and transgender
Activists argue that abnormalities in sexual development justify transgenderism, but the argument fails scrutiny.
by Don Batten
Research has overturned endosymbiosis: the unbridgeable gap between prokaryotes and eukaryotes remains
The unbridgeable gap between prokaryotes and eukaryotes remains.
by Jerry Bergman
The waiting time problem
Can mutations change an organism fast enough even over ‘evolutionary’ time?
by Don Batten
The surprisingly complex tRNA subsystem: part 4—tRNA fragments regulate processes
tRNAs and their fragments precisely regulate many cell processes.
by Royal Truman