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Skin colour surprises
The genes that affect light and dark skin colour are found across the world, indicating that they were in our population before we spread out across the world at Babel.
by Robert Carter
Reading ‘origin of life’ research
What should we be aware of as we try to read the secular literature with a careful and critical eye?
by Shaun Doyle
Canaanite DNA disproves the Bible?
Fake news on Canaanite DNA ‘contradicting’ the Bible sets the science news media buzzing.
by Shaun Doyle
The scientific case against evolution
How do evolutionists construct their scientific case for evolution? How can the creationist respond in scientific terms?
by Shaun Doyle
Designed to adapt?
Despite evidence to the contrary, evolutionists continue to offer up random mutations as an explanation of how life developed.
by Judah Etinger
Copy challenge
Man looked to the birds, and conquered the skies. Now researchers are looking to imitate a much tinier winged creature …
by Alexander 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
Evolutionary dilemma
Discoveries of such things as gene regulatory networks and epigenetics are creating a crisis for evolutionists
by Don Batten
Herero genocide
German settlers, feeding on ideas of evolutionary superiority, perpetrated genocide on the noble Herero people of Namibia.
by Marc Ambler
Beneficial mutations: real or imaginary?—part 2
Beneficial mutations are real but they produce nothing new, only triggering into action the built-in modes of variation.
by Alex Williams
Beneficial mutations: real or imaginary?—part 1
As a result of studies of the human genome, mutations are being classified into just two categories—‘deleterious’ and ‘functional’.
by Alex Williams