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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 surprisingly complex tRNA subsystem: part 5—evolutionary implausibility
How plausible is evolution as an explanation of the tRNA subsystem?
by Royal Truman
The surprisingly complex tRNA subsystem: part 4—tRNA fragments regulate processes
tRNAs and their fragments precisely regulate many cell processes.
by Royal Truman
The surprisingly complex tRNA subsystem: part 3—quality control mechanisms
Their formation is a ‘chicken and egg’ problem for evolution.
by Royal Truman
Shrimp eye design
The shrimp eye has an intricately structured reflective layer to focus light. Engineers would like to be able to copy the structure.
by Jonathan Sarfati
The surprisingly complex tRNA subsystem: part 2—biochemical modifications
Raw tRNAs are not enough; they need dozens of biochemical to function.
by Royal Truman
The surprisingly complex tRNA subsystem: part 1—generation and maturation
Their formation is a ‘chicken and egg’ problem for evolution.
by Royal Truman
The hemizygosity hypothesis—a novel genetic paradigm for baranomes
A novel genetic paradigm for how the created kinds diversified after the Flood
by Peer Terborg
The barrier has been breached!
The body cells do not contribute DNA to the next generation. Only reproductive cells do. This is called the Weismann barrier, an important concept for the development of evolutionary thought. It is no longer true.
by Robert Carter
Species were designed to change, part 3
Not only can species change over time, but they can merge and split as well. This can be described with the ‘braided baramin’ concept.
by Robert Carter
Species were designed to change, part 1
When God created life, He purposefully put the ability to adapt and change into living things. He applied sound engineering principles to the problem and came up with brilliant solutions.
by Robert Carter
The human genome is amazingly complex
The genome is not simple. It is a hyper-sophisticated information processing system that cannot be explained by the Darwinian descent-with-modification idea.
by Robert Carter