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Many paths lead to high-altitude adaptation
Discover how many paths lead to it.
by Jean K. Lightner
More evidence for the reality of genetic entropy—update
Did the 1918 Spanish Flu virus really go extinct, as genetic entropy predicted?
by Robert W. Carter
The mysterious alien tablet
Delving into DNA’s mind-blowing, multi-layered information system
by Dom Statham
Do mutations add information?
Mutations can add information, so why is that not evolution?
by Joel Tay
Do koalas prove that humans got part of their DNA from viruses?
Koalavirus likely not example of invasive genetic element but rather part of the genome’s overall design.
by Matthew Cserhati
Effective population sizes and loss of diversity during the Flood bottleneck
How much genetic diversity did humanity lose because of Noah’s Flood?
by Robert W. Carter
Were stem cell-like organisms the first forms of life?
Stem cell-like ancestors of sponges only make early life more complex, and the probability of evolution less likely.
by Matthew Cserhati
Were Neanderthals pre-Flood?
A questioner asks: Did Neanderthals live before the Flood?
by Robert Carter
The myth of ape-to-human evolution
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. Just because ape-to-human evolution is popular doesn’t make it plausible.
by Peter Line
Reversible autopoiesis—a foundational design principle for life’s survival
Because cells have the ability to adapt to certain stresses, such as a lack of food, they must have been functioning that way from the start.
by Alex Williams
How reliable are genomes from ancient DNA?
When researchers assume fossils with DNA are a certain age, they are faced with the glaring contradiction that basic chemistry means DNA should not be present. 
by Brian Thomas and Jeffrey Tomkins
The four dimensional human genome defies naturalistic explanations
The human genome is the most complex computer operating system in the known universe and defies naturalistic explanations.
by Robert Carter