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Large scale function for ‘endogenous retroviruses’
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview from the now-released December issue of Journal of Creation. Subscribers will be delighted by the powerful, stimulating content.
by Shaun Doyle
Taking a crack at the Neandertal mitochondrial genome
A full-length stretch of DNA from a Neandertal mitochondrion has been sequenced. Some are using it to allege that it came from a different species to modern humans. But is that deduction justified?
by Robert Carter
Does gene duplication provide the engine for evolution?
There are a number of problems with evolution by gene duplication and mutation.
by Jerry Bergman
Meta-information
Recent discoveries of how the non-protein coding DNA controls the protein-coding part and how cells replicate give evolutionists a seemingly incurable headache.
by Alex Williams
Another evolutionary ‘truth’ now conceded to be myth
Evolutionists abandon the idea of 99% DNA similarity between humans and chimps
by Daniel Anderson
Astonishing DNA complexity update
The study that has overturned the idea of ‘junk DNA’ has also revealed yet more astonishing complexity.
by Alex Williams
Astonishing DNA complexity uncovered
A major study of human DNA reveals that there is probably no such thing as ‘junk DNA’. This makes the case for creation even more overwhelmingly powerful.
by Alex Williams
More or less information?
Responding to vexatious evolutionist challenges about genetic information.
by Andrew Lamb
Unravelling the knotty khipu code
Who would have ever thought of storing information on segments of threaded strands according to a certain code? The Incas did—and they weren’t the first.
by David Catchpoole
Big questions
Christians do have helpful answers to the big questions in life. Just ask!
by Don Batten
The Origin of Life: A Problem for Evolution
The Origin of Life: A Problem for Evolution
by David A. DeWitt, Ph.D.
The Second Law of Thermodynamics
by Jonathan Sarfati