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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
Chimp-Human DNA: Less similar than previously reported
Updated research shows much bigger differences between chimp and human DNA. The significant differences refute human evolution.
by Thomas Bailey and Alexander Osborne
Made in God’s image
For a long time we’ve been told that human and chimp DNA is over 98% identical.
by anon
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
Decreased lifespans: Have we been looking in the right place?
Decreased lifespans: Have we been looking in the right place?
by Carl Wieland
Variation, information and the created kind
Variation, information and the created kind
by Dr Carl Wieland
The marvellous ‘message molecule’
by Carl Wieland
The adaptation of bacteria to feeding on nylon waste
Bacteria adapting to feed on nylon waste is held up as proof of ‘evolution’. But is that really true?
by Don Batten
Shaking hands on a recent creation
Non-racemized amino acids in rocks belies millions of years.
by Carl Wieland
Bugs in brine
The Discovery of DNA in bacteria in ancient salt crystals shows they cannot be millions of years old.
by Don Batten